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Preventing money laundering is one of Swedbank’s most important responsibilities

Swedbank takes its anti-money laundering responsibilities seriously, and devotes significant resources to meeting its obligations. This is a complex task that can include monitoring transactions, identifying potential red flags and performing analyses. This is an ongoing process, around the clock, every day of the year. Whenever money laundering is suspected, we are committed to complying with our obligations.

Press releases

2019-11-20
Comment regarding information in Uppdrag granskning
2019-11-07
Swedbank is interviewed in the Swedish news programme Uppdrag granskning
2019-10-29
Comment on the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority’s decision
2019-09-17:
Swedbank has replied to the Financial Supervisory Authorities in Sweden and Estonia
2019-08-28: 
Jens Henriksson appointed as new President and CEO of Swedbank
2019-06-19: 
Swedbank's Extraordinary General Meeting 2019
2019-06-17: 
Changes within the Management Board of Swedbank AS, Estonia
2019-04-25: 
Swedbank establishes a dedicated Anti-Financial Crime unit and makes changes in Group Executive Committee
2019-04-05: 
Comment from the Nomination Committee
2019-04-05:
Chair Lars Idermark has decided to leave Swedbank
2019-04-01:
The Economic Crime Authority will not proceed with Bill Browder's allegations against Swedbank
2019-03-31:
Regarding Swedbank and The Swedish Economic Crime Authority (EBM)
2019-03-28:
Swedbank's Annual General Meeting 2019
2019-03-28: 
Birgitte Bonnesen leaves Swedbank. Anders Karlsson appointed acting President and CEO
2019-03-27:
Comment on recent developments
2019-03-27:
Information on ongoing activity at Swedbank HQ
2019-03-26:
The Swedbank nomination committee propose to strengthen the Board of Directors
2019-03-22:
Report by Forensic Risk Alliance
2019-03-19: 
Comments on media reports
2019-02-26: 
Swedbank appoints FRA as external investigator
2019-02-20: 
Comment on AML focus in Swedish media