Swedbank AB provides financial products and services to private individuals and small and medium-sized companies in Sweden. The company serves approximately nine million private customers and 660 000 corporate customers and organizations. The company's branch network consists of approximately 900 branches in 14 countries, primarily in its four home markets of Sweden, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, as well as Ukraine. The company is also active in Copenhagen, Helsinki, Kaliningrad, Luxembourg, Marbella, Moscow, New York, Oslo, Shanghai, St. Petersburg, and Tokyo. Business Areas Swedish Banking: Swedish Banking business area offers a range of financial services for private individuals, corporates, organizations and municipalities. It offers mortgage loans, household deposits, and mutual funds. In Sweden, it offers customers unrivalled access to its products through 419 branches, ATMs, the Telephone Bank and the Internet Bank, as well as an additional 261 branches through the co-operation with savings banks and partly owned banks. The retail network is complemented by 166 in-store banking outlets and cash services at approximately 1 400 ICA grocery stores throughout Sweden. Services are also available through the Internet Bank and the Telephone Bank. It serves 4.1 million private customers and 404 000 corporate customers and organizations. Baltic Banking: Baltic Banking business area comprises the company’s operations in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, which offer a range of financial services to private individuals and corporates through branches, ATMs, the Internet Bank and the Telephone Bank. It serves approximately 5.2 million private customers and 234 000 corporate customers. It has 278 branches and approximately 1 300 ATMs. International Banking: International Banking business area comprises the company’s operations outside its home markets (Sweden, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania),mainly the banking operations in Ukraine and Russia. The business area consists of branches in Denmark, Finland, Norway, the U.S. and China, the subsidiary in Luxembourg, and representative offices in Japan and Spain. International Banking is also responsible for the company’s overall relationships with banks and financial institutions. Swedbank Markets: Swedbank Markets is the company’s investment bank, offering equity, fixed income and currency trading; project, export and acquisition financing; and corporate finance services. In addition to its operations in Sweden, the business area includes the subsidiaries First Securities in Norway and Swedbank First Securities LLC in New York. Fixed income trading is handled through the New York branch and also by the Oslo branch in co-operation with First Securities. Project and Corporate Finance also has operations in Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius, as well as through the subsidiary ZAO Swedbank Markets in Moscow and St. Petersburg. Asset Management and Insurance: Asset Management and Insurance comprises the subsidiary Swedbank Robur, with operations in fund management, institutional and discretionary asset management, insurance and individual pension savings. Swedbank Robur is Sweden’s fund manager. Products are sold and distributed mainly by Swedish Banking and by the savings banks and partly owned banks in Sweden. Shared Services and Group Staffs: Shared Services and Group Staffs comprise the development and operation of IT systems in the Swedish part of the company and other shared service functions primarily in Sweden.
swedbank ab - a shares (SWEDA:Stockholm)
Sundbyberg, 172 63
Phone: 46 8 58 59 00 00
Fax: 46 87 96 80 92www.swedbank.com
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