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Sveriges Riksbank  
Sveriges Riksbank is Sweden’s central bank and a public authority under the Riksdag, the Swedish parliament. The Riksbank is responsible for conducting monetary policy, the objective of which is to maintain a low and stable level of inflation. The Bank also has the task of ensuring that payments in the economy can be made safely and efficiently.

ABN-AMRO Bank Sweden  
ABN AMRO is a leading international bank with over 4500 offices in 53 countries employing 105 000 people. In Sweden, ABN AMRO is one of the major corporate- and investment banks. We build long term relations and deliver tailor-made products to our clients.

Swedbank AB (formerly called FöreningsSparbanken) is a leading Nordic-Baltic banking group with 8.8 million retail customers and 441,000 corporate customers in Sweden, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia.

Handelsbanken is a universal bank, in other words the Bank provides services in the whole banking area. With 461 branches (31 December 2007), Handelsbanken is strong in the Swedish market.

JAK Medlemsbank  
JAK has been operating an interest-free savings and loan system since 1970. A bank license was obtained in 1997. Formally JAK is a co-operative bank. We have 35,000 members and our growth is 5 percent per year.

SEB - Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB  
SEB offers its retail clients an extensive range of financial services. As part of a European finance group with operations in Sweden, the Nordic countries and rest of Europe, SEB offers banking services through a variety of channels. Customers can choose how and when to conduct their banking needs through any one of our 675 offices or via our mobile banking service. In addition SEB’s advanced internet solutions enable our customers to perform online transactions, such as paying bills or stockbroking services.

Svensk Pantbelåning  
Svensk Pantbelåning is a leading Bank of Sweden.

Bankgirot is a proprietary clearing system in Sweden used for transactions such as bill payments. It is owned by Swedish banks.

Forex Bank  
Forex AB is a Swedish financial services company. The company was started in 1927 as a currency exchange service for travellers, at the Central Station in Stockholm.


ICA Banken  
ICA Banken is a Swedish bank established in February 2002. It is owned by the retail chain ICA AB and "...offers financial services to Swedish customers.". "ICA Banken makes it easier for customers of ICA's Swedish stores to manage their finances and in the process strengthens their ties to ICA."

Ikanobanken is a Swedish internet bank established in 1995. It has one branch office in Älmhult and conducts the rest of its business over the internet and telephone.Ikanobanken also have a partner business which supplies credit cards to large retailers in Sweden.

Länsförsäkringar Bank  
Länsförsäkringar Bank is a minor Swedish bank, owned by the Länsförsäkringar Group. It has a number of branch offices, but does not offer any cash services themselves.

Östgöta Enskilda Bank  
Östgöta Enskilda Bank is a mid size Swedish bank, owned by Den Danske Bank.

Skandiabanken is an internet bank based in Sweden , owned by Skandia. It has a one branch office in Stockholm and conducts the rest of its business over the internet and via telephone. Skandiabanken also operates in Norway and Denmark and is the largest internet-based bank in Scandinavia.

Stockholms Banco  
Stockholms Banco (also known as the Bank of Palmstruch or Palmstruch Bank) in Sweden was the first European bank to print banknotes. The bank was founded in 1657 by Johan Palmstruch and began printing banknotes in 1661. It was to be the precursor to the Sveriges Riksbank, the central bank of Sweden.

Sveriges Riksbank  
Sveriges Riksbank, or simply Riksbanken, is the central bank of Sweden and the world's oldest central bank.It is sometimes called the Swedish National Bank or the Bank of Sweden.

Swedbank AB (formerly called FöreningsSparbanken) is a leading Nordic-Baltic banking group with 8.8 million retail customers and 441,000 corporate customers in Sweden, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia. In Sweden, the group has more than 470 branches. In the Baltic countries, it has another 280 branches.