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Company Overview of AB SEB bankas

Company Overview

AB SEB bankas provides various financial products and services in the Republic of Lithuania. The company offers saving and investing products, such as term and savings deposits, bonds, government saving notes, structured investment instruments, investment funds, exchange-traded funds, shares, and repurchase agreements, periodic savings and investment products, as well as pension savings, and online investment products. It also provides mortgage, home equity, and consumer loans; loans for the renovation of multi apartment buildings; investment and business development, working capital, agriculture, and trade financing products; debit and credit cards; and car, freight vehicle, equipment and s...

Gedimino avenue 12

Vilnius,  01103

Lithuania

Founded in 1856

1,648 Employees

Phone:

370 85 268 2800

Fax:

370 85 268 2333

Key Executives for AB SEB bankas

Chairman of Management Board, Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 57
Chairman of Supervisory Council and Head of SEB Baltic Division
Age: 38
Chief Financial Officer, Head of Business Support Division, Vice President and Member of Management Board
Age: 43
Head of Corporate Banking Division, Vice President and Member of Management Board
Age: 40
Chief Credit Officer, Vice President and Member of Management Board
Age: 58
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

AB SEB bankas Key Developments

SEB Bank Announces Changes to its Board

On September 22, 2016 SEB Bank’s Supervisory Council has resolved to revoke Virginijus Doveika, who has been appointed as Head of Retail in SEB Baltic Division, from the Management Board of the Bank and elect Vaidas Žagunis as a new member of the Management Board, providing that Vaidas Žagunis will take up board member’s duties after receiving permission of the authorities supervising activities of the Bank.

SEB Bankas Group Reports Consolidated and Parent Earnings Results for the Half Year of 2016

SEB Bankas Group reported consolidated and parent earnings results for the half year of 2016. For the period, the bank reported EUR 43.1 million net profits, up 31.8% from EUR 32.7 million. On parent basis, the bank increased its first-half net profit by 22.2% to EUR 45.1 million, from EUR 36.9 million.

SEB Banka Reports Earnings Results for the First Quarter of 2016

SEB Banka reported earnings results for the first quarter of 2016. For the quarter, the bank reported profit of EUR 8.011 million or by 14.7% less than in the first quarter of 2015.

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