SEB

SEB is a leading Nordic financial services group, with an international business delivered through offices in 20 countries worldwide. Founded over 160 years ago, the bank’s presence in London dates back to 1964 – our office here has for many years been situated opposite St. Paul’s Cathedral in the heart of the City.

SEB is a relationship bank, strongly committed to delivering customer value by building on its heritage of entrepreneurship, international outlook and long term perspective. In the UK, we are primarily involved in providing wholesale banking services to our Large Corporates and Financial Institution clients. We also provide general banking services to smaller companies with business links to our home markets (the Nordic countries, Germany, UK and the Baltic states). The SEB group also provides private banking services to high net worth individuals and their families.

SEB has more than 15,000 employees, and its customers include 3,000 large corporations and financial institutions, 400,000 small and medium-sized companies, and 4,000,000 private individual customers.

Whether you are responsible for a widespread multinational company, a smaller business seeking to capitalise on its Nordic links, or seeking to ensure the survival of your family’s wealth in the face of an ever-changing financial and fiscal environment, you should call us.

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