SEB Pank

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SEB Pank is the second largest bank in Estonia. It is owned by the Swedish bank Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken. Before the Swedish bank bought it, it was called Eesti Ühispank, and then SEB Eesti Ühispank. It started in 1992 when 10 small banks merged.

As of the end of 2004 it had 629,000 customers, from which 580,000 were private individuals and 49,000 companies and organisations.. The number of Internet banking customers in 2005 was more than 340,000. At the end of 2003 1,328 people were working for it.[1]

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  1. "Organisatsioonist | SEB". www.seb.ee. Retrieved 2023-08-26.