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Svenska Handelsbanken AB (SHBb.ST)

SHBb.ST on Stockholm Stock Exchange

105.60SEK
14 Dec 2018
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Mon, Dec 3 2018

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Sweden's Handelsbanken Brexit-proofs its UK operations

LONDON Sweden's Handelsbanken said it had converted its British branch into a subsidiary that would operate as a standalone business, helping to shield the bank from any potentially disruptive Brexit next March.

Sweden's Handelsbanken Brexit-proofs its UK operations

LONDON, Dec 3 Sweden's Handelsbanken said it had converted its British branch into a subsidiary that would operate as a standalone business, helping to shield the bank from any potentially disruptive Brexit next March.

UPDATE 1-Handelsbanken to cut 1,600 jobs as Q3 profit scores narrow beat

STOCKHOLM, Oct 24 Sweden's Handelsbanken said on Wednesday it planned to cut at least 1,600 jobs over the coming four years as it reported third-quarter operating profit slightly above market expectations on the back of lower-than-anticipated loan losses.

Handelsbanken Q3 profit just tops forecast, to cut 1,600 jobs

STOCKHOLM, Oct 24 Sweden's Handelsbanken reported third-quarter operating profit slightly above market expectations on Wednesday, boosted by lower-than-expected loan losses, and said it would be cutting at least 1,600 jobs in coming years.

CEO of Sweden's Handelsbanken to retire in August 2019

Oct 23 Swedish banking group Handelsbanken said on Tuesday its chief executive, Anders Bouvin, would retire in August next year.

UPDATE 1-Handelsbanken profit narrowly beats forecast, to guide on savings in Q3

* Says to quantify efficiency measures in Q3 (Adds detail, background, quote)

Handelsbanken Q2 operating profit tops forecast

STOCKHOLM, July 18 Swedish banking group Handelsbanken reported a slightly bigger than expected rise in operating earnings for the second quarter on Wednesday as firm growth across its markets boosted income from lending and commissions.

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