At SEB we want to be a leading catalyst in the sustainability transition.
On 17 November 2021, we arranged an event to outline our sustainability strategy going forward.
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We want to engage, enlighten and inspire our stakeholders. It is through collaboration and sharing knowledge we together can make a difference towards a sustainable society. Through our Q&A-section we aim to increase transparency about how we work.
In this lecture, Lisen Schultz, researcher and scientist at Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC) gives a comprehensive view of how the climate is changing, current and future effects, and what we can do to limit global warming. The film was recorded in November 2020, and since then the sixth IPCC report was published in August 2021. But facts remain, and SEB here shares the knowledge with a wider audience.
Read the script, and see sources of facts.
As one of the Nordic region's largest asset managers, it is our responsibility to act long-term and be active owners. We are convinced that companies working in a structured manner with managing the environment, business ethics and social responsibility will be more successful. The film is in Swedish (click CC for English subtitles).
In Sweden, women own only half as much as men. They earn 10 % less, have a 30 % lower retirement income, and are less likely to own their own house. Those are the statistics, but they don’t have to be.
We believe that financial equality is crucial for a more sustainable society. A society where more women get the freedom that comes with ownership. The freedom to buy a home, start investing or launch a business.
Let’s change the statistics.