PMI climbs to 61.5 in January – continued high rate of growth in Swedish industry
An increasingly angry world
A continued strong confidence
Industrial production is booming, but so are producer prices
Inflation is a growing risk for the global economy
First Securities, which is a part of the business area Large Corporates & Institutions, receives the top six positions in Norwegian financial magazine Kapital’s ranking of analyst firms and equity brokers in Norway. The annual ranking is based upon a survey among Norway’s largest institutional and private investors.
Swedbank has received the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority’s sanction regarding shortcomings in the depositary bank function. Swedbank shares the Financial Supervisory Authority’s view that there have been shortcomings in Swedbank’s depositary bank function. The shortcomings that were called to attention have been corrected on Swedbank’s own initiative.
In connection with Estonia’s state visit toSweden, Swedbank’s Chief Executive Officer Michael Wolf receives the Order of the Cross of Terra Mariana of the third class from Estonia’s President Toomas Hendrik Ilves.
This was the headline when Swedbank arranged a breakfast seminar about risk management seen from a security policy perspective. What is this world coming to? And how can risks be assessed? Tomas Ries, senior lecturer in strategy and security policy at the National Defence College in Stockholm, tackled these questions at the seminar.
Recovery on track - next step is to entrench growth
Higher energy and food prices lift Swedbank’s Commodity Price Index
High unemployment in Latvia – is it here to stay?
PMI falls to 61.3 in November – still, Swedish industrial economy continues to grow at a strong pace
Swedbank has formed a Investment Banking unit within the business area Large Corporates & Institutions. The new unit is another step towards reaching the ambition to create a more complete Nordic and Baltic customer offering for corporates and institutions. Jörgen Ulvness will head the unit.