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Corporate governance and division of responsibility

Our corporate governance is designed to create a sound and effective corporate culture that fosters trust as well as customer and shareholder value. Our governance is based on our employees being familiar with and working together to achieve common goals.

Swed Bank’s governance model and operational structure are also designed to support the bank’s purpose: a sound and sustainable financial situation for the many households and businesses. Strategies, goals, policies, instructions and guidelines clarify how the bank and our employees should respond to various issues and in various situations. Transparency and openness are key aspects in this respect.

Swed Bank plays a significant role in the financial systems and infrastructure in Sweden and the Baltic countries. Meeting the expectations of our stakeholders and our customers’ financial service needs is the key to creating value and thereby contributing to well-functioning local communities. Through our central business processes, we can also have an impact far beyond our own markets. Sustainability work is therefore integrated in our business model. We are and will remain a secure bank with controlled risk taking that does not compromise the stability of the financial market or society’s sustainable development. Read more in our latest Corporate Governance report to the right on this page.

No deviations from the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance (the Code) or the rules of the stock exchange (NASDAQ OMX Stockholm) were reported in 2014.

The illustration below shows the formal corporate governance structure and governance philosophy.

Bolagsstyrning 2013

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