Swedbank offers loans, payments and savings to simplify everyday life for individuals and companies. Swedbank has its roots in the Swedish savings bank movement, which dates back to 1820.
Swedbank is organised into three business areas: Swedish Banking, Baltic Banking, and Large Corporates & Institutions. Group Functions and other units support the business areas.
Swedish Banking is Swedbank’s largest business area, accounting for just over half of the Group’s overall profit.
Baltic Banking accounts for nearly one fifth of Swedbank’s total operating profit and has operations in all three Baltic countries.
Our business area Large Corporates & Institutions (LC&I) is responsible for Swedbank’s offerings to large corporates, financial institutions and banks.
Landsvägen 40, 17263 Sundbyberg – Sweden
|Date||Trading entity / Person||Association||Trade type||Volume|
|18.07.23||Roger Ingemar Ljung||Other||Sell||SEK 50,605.30|
|26.05.23||Helena Liljedahl||Other||Buy||SEK 251,775.00|
|17.05.23||Göran Persson||Other||Buy||SEK 846,000.00|
|15.05.23||Hans Eckerström||Other||Buy||SEK 4,172,000.00|
|15.02.23||Lars-Erik Danielsson||Other||Buy||SEK 138,148.80|
|15.02.23||Mikael Björknert||Other||Other||SEK 0.00|
|07.02.23||Annika Maria Creutzer||Other||Buy||SEK 101,025.00|
|01.02.23||Biljana Pehrsson||Other||Buy||SEK 1,020,000.00|
|27.10.22||Helena Liljedahl||Other||Buy||SEK 320,600.00|
|05.09.22||Jon Henrik Lidefelt||Other||Buy||SEK 277,900.00|
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