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Notifications on material events for 2010

22.11.2010

  1. SEB Bank, registry code 112021238, Gedimino av. 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania.
  2. On 19 November 2010, the squeeze-out procedure of SEB Bank’s shares was finalized.

    100 % of shares of SEB Bank is owned by company Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (publ), registered in the Kingdom of Sweden.
     
  3. This notification is non-confidential.
  4. Aušra Matusevičienė, Deputy President, Director of the Business Support Division and CFO, tel. +370 5 268 2564, is authorized to provide additional information regarding the material event.

28.10.2010

  1. SEB Bank, registry code 112021238, Gedimino 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania.
  2. According to preliminary data, unaudited net loss suffered over the three quarters of 2010 by SEB Bank is LTL 112.1million (EUR 32.5 million) and by SEB Bank Group – LTL 76.1 million (EUR 22.0 million). The result has been calculated in accordance with the requirements set by the acts of the Bank of Lithuania and legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania. Over the three quarters of 2009, unaudited net loss suffered by the Bank totalled LTL 626.4 million (EUR 181.4 million) and by the Group – LTL 942.8 million (EUR 273.0 million).

    The result of the three quarters of 2010 of SEB Bank includes sale profit resulting from the transfer of shares of the Bank’s subsidiary companies SEB Gyvybės Draudimas and Litectus to SEB Group concluded in the first quarter of 2010. The result of the three quarters of 2010 of SEB Bank Group includes the result of Litectus in January and February; the result of SEB Gyvybės Draudimas is not included.
     
  3. This notification is non-confidential.
  4. Aušra Matusevičienė, Deputy President, Director of the Business Support Division and CFO, tel. +370 5 268 2564, is authorized to provide additional information regarding the material event.


13.07.2010

  1. SEB Bank, registry code 112021238, Gedimino 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania.
  2. According to preliminary data, unaudited net loss suffered over the first half-year of 2010 by SEB Bank is LTL 77.0 million (EUR 22.3 million) and by SEB Bank Group – LTL 160.9 million (EUR 46.6 million). The result has been calculated in accordance with the requirements set by the acts of the Bank of Lithuania and legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania. Over the first half-year of 2009, audited net loss suffered by the Bank totalled LTL 168.5 million (EUR 48,8 million) and by the Group – LTL 224,9 million (EUR 65,1 million).

    The result of the first half-year of 2010 of the SEB Bank includes sale profit resulting from transfer of shares of the Bank’s subsidiary companies SEB Gyvybės Draudimas and Litectus to SEB Group concluded in the first quarter of 2010. The result of the first half-year of 2010 of the SEB Bank Group includes the result of Litectus in January and February; the result of SEB Gyvybės Draudimas is not included.
     
  3. This notification is non-confidential.
  4. Aušra Matusevičienė, Deputy President, Director of the Business Support Division and CFO, tel. +370 5 268 2564, is authorized to provide additional information regarding the material event.

08.06.2010

  1. Issuer – SEB Bank, register code 112021238, Gedimino 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania.
  2. The Supervisory Council of the SEB Bank resolved to accept the resignation from Vytautas Sinius from the Management Board of the SEB Bank and appointed a new Board member Virginijus Doveika. Virginijus Doveika will take his new position as member of the Management Board of the SEB Bank upon approval by the Bank of Lithuania.
  3. This notification is non-confidential.
  4. Arvydas Žilinskas, Head of Media Relations of SEB Bank, tel. +370 5 268 1198, is authorized to provide additional information regarding the material event.
  5. Raimondas Kvedaras, President of SEB Bank.

28.04.2010

  1. SEB Bank, registry code 112021238, Gedimino 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania.
  2. According to preliminary data, unaudited net loss sustained over the first quarter of the year 2010 by SEB Bank is LTL 59,4 million (EUR 17,2 million) and that by SEB Bank Group is LTL 80,3 million (EUR 23,3 million). The result has been calculated in accordance with the requirements set by relevant acts of the Bank of Lithuania as well as legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania. Over the first quarter of the year 2009, unaudited net profit earned by the Bank totalled LTL 26.6 million (EUR 7.7 million) and that by the group – LTL 16.2 million (EUR 4.7 million). The result of the fist quarter of the year 2010 of the Bank includes sale profit resulting from transfer of shares of the Bank’s subsidiary companies SEB Gyvybės Draudimas and Litectus to the SEB Group.

    The result of the fist quarter of the year 2010 of the SEB Bank Group includes the result of Litectus in January and February; the result of SEB Gyvybės Draudimas is not included.
     
  3. This notification is non-confidential.
  4. Aušra Matusevičienė, Deputy President, Director of the Business Support Division and CFO, tel. +370 5 268 2564, is authorized to provide additional information regarding the material event.
  5. Raimondas Kvedaras, President of SEB Bank.


25.03.2010

  1. Issuer – SEB Bank, register code 112021238, Gedimino 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania.
  2. On 25 March 2010, at 10 a.m., on Gedimino 12, Vilnius, Room 511, an Annual General Meeting of Shareholders of SEB Bank (having registered office on Gedimino 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, company code 112021238) took place and decisions on all issues on the agenda were adopted:
    1. Consolidated Annual Report of SEB Bank has been familiarized with;
    2. Report of the auditor of SEB Bank has been heard;
    3. Comments and Proposals of the Supervisory Council of SEB Bank have been heard;
    4. Year 2009 Consolidated Financial Statements of SEB Bank were approved (enclosed);
    5. Resolution was adopted to cover part of the losses of SEB Bank by additional contributions of shareholders in an amount no less than LTL 345,280,000 (EUR 100,000,000);
    6. Distribution of the year 2009 losses of SEB Bank was approved (enclosed);
    7. PricewaterhouseCoopers UAB was elected an audit company for checking SEB Bank's current-year and no more than 2 (two) further financial years’ annual financial statements and President of SEB Bank was directed to execute an agreement with the audit company specifying terms and conditions for payment in consideration for its services;
    8. Ted Tony Kylberg was elected to the Supervisory Council of SEB Bank as its Member until expiry of the tenure of the present Supervisory Council.
  3. This notification is non-confidential.
  4. Aušra Matusevičienė, Deputy President of SEB Bank, Director of the Business Support Division and CFO, tel. +370 5 268 2564, is authorized to provide additional information regarding the material event.
  5. Aušra Matusevičienė, Deputy President of SEB Bank, Director of the Business Support Division and CFO.

    Resolution of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Regarding Distribution of the year 2009 losses of SEB Bank (DOC, 34 KB)
    Independent Auditor's Report, Annual Report and Financial Statements for the year ended 31 December 2009 (PDF, 1.7 MB)

16.03.2010

  1. Issuer – SEB Bank, register code 112021238, Gedimino 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania.
  2. On 10 March 2010, the Board of the Bank of Lithuania granted a permission to SEB Bank to include the issue of undated subordinated notes worth EUR 100,000,000 (LTL 345, 280,000) into the bank's Tier II capital.

    The issue of undated subordinated notes has been acquired by SEB Bank’s parent bank Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (publ).
     
  3. This notification is non-confidential.
  4. Aušra Matusevičienė, Deputy President of SEB Bank, Director of the Business Support Division and CFO, tel. +370 5 268 2564, is authorized to provide additional information regarding the material event.
  5. Aušra Matusevičienė, Deputy President of SEB Bank, Director of the Business Support Division and CFO.

15.03.2010

  1. Issuer – SEB Bank, register code 112021238, Gedimino 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania.
  2. On 15 March 2010 the Board of SEB Bank approved the draft decisions of the Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders of SEB Bank that will take place on 25 March 2010 (see attached the draft decisions).
  3. This notification is non-confidential.
  4. Aušra Matusevičienė, Deputy President of SEB Bank, Director of the Business Support Division and CFO, tel. +370 5 268 2564, is authorized to provide the additional information regarding the material event.
  5. Aušra Matusevičienė, Deputy President of SEB Bank, Director of the Business Support Division and CFO

    Draft decisions of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders of SEB Bank (PDF, 20 KB)
    Independent Auditor's Report, Annual Report and Financial Statements (PDF, 1.5 MB)

09.03.2010

  1. Issuer – SEB Bank, register code 112021238, Gedimino 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania.
  2. On 8 March, 2010 ratings agency Fitch Ratings changed SEB Bank‘s long-term issuer's default rating outlook from negative to stable whereas Bank‘s long-term issuer's default rating A, short-term issuer's default rating F1, individual rating D/E and support rating 1 remained unchanged.

    The outlook was changed following the change of the long-term foreign currency issuer's default rating outlook of the Republic of Lithuania from negative to stable.
     
  3. This notification is non-confidential.
  4. Arvydas Žilinskas, Head of Media Relations, tel. +370 5 268 1198, is authorized to provide additional information regarding the material event.
  5. Aivaras Čičelis, Acting President of SEB Bank.

26.02.2010

  1. Issuer – SEB Bank, register code 112021238, Gedimino 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania.
  2. On 26 February 2010, SEB Bank has transferred 100 % of shares of its subsidiary company Litectus fully held by SEB Bank to company Warehold B.V., a member of the international SEB Group.

    Shares of the real estate management companies of the three SEB Baltic banks are assigned to Warehold B.V., which is fully owned by the SEB Group. This share acquisition is an internal optimization within SEB’s Baltic operations in order to facilitate closer cooperation of real estate management activities at SEB Group level.
     
  3. This notification is non-confidential.
  4. Arvydas Žilinskas, Head of Media Relations of SEB Bank, tel. +370 5 268 1198, is authorized to provide additional information regarding the material event.
  5. Raimondas Kvedaras, President of SEB Bank.

23.02.2010

  1. Issuer – SEB Bank, register code 112021238, Gedimino 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania.
  2. On the 25th of March 2010, 10 a.m. in Room 511, Gedimino 12, Vilnius, the Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders of SEB Bank (having registered office at Gedimino 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, register code 112021238) with the accounting day of the 19th of March, 2010, will take place. The Annual General Meeting is initiated and convened by the Board of SEB Bank. Issues on the agenda:
    1. Regarding Annual Report of SEB Bank;
    2. Regarding the Report of the Auditor of SEB Bank;
    3. Regarding the Comments and Proposals of the Supervisory Council of SEB Bank;
    4. Regarding approval of the Financial Statements of SEB Bank for the Year 2009;
    5. Regarding distribution of the Year 2009 losses of SEB Bank;
    6. Regarding cover of the losses of SEB Bank by additional contributions of shareholders;
    7. Regarding election of an audit company of SEB Bank and approval of the conditions of payment for auditing services;
    8. Regarding election of a new member of the Supervisory Council.
  3. This notification is non-confidential.
  4. Aušra Matusevičienė, Deputy President of SEB Bank, Director of the Business Support Division and CFO, tel. +370 5 268 2564, is authorized to provide additional information regarding the material event.
  5. Raimondas Kvedaras, President of SEB Bank.

10.02.2010

  1. Issuer – SEB Bank, register code 112021238, Gedimino 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania.
  2. According to preliminary data, unaudited net loss suffered over the year 2009 by SEB Bank is LTL 1 546.2 million (EUR 447.8 million) and by SEB Bank Group – LTL 1 427.5 million (EUR 413.43 million). The result has been calculated in accordance with the requirements set by the acts of the Bank of Lithuania and legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania. Over the year 2008, audited net profit earned by the Bank totalled LTL 347.7 million (EUR 100.7 million) and by the group – LTL 257.8 million (EUR 74.7 million).
  3. This notification is non-confidential.
  4. Aušra Matusevičienė, Deputy President of SEB Bank, Director of the Business Support Division and CFO, tel. +370 5 268 2564, is authorized to provide additional information regarding the material event.
  5. Raimondas Kvedaras, President of SEB Bank.

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