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Group Treasury has the overall responsibility for managing liquidity within the mandate given by the Board and CEO. 


Group Treasury is responsible for managing all funding and liquidity activities for Swedbank Group. The main funding sources of the Group are customer deposits and covered bonds. The wholesale market related funding is conducted through different type of funding programmes, both short- and long term, providing access to different markets, products and currencies. The core parts of the balance sheet are funded through the long-term programmes whereas the short-term programmes are mainly used as a cash management tool.


Swedbank manages its liquidity so that it can handle periods of stress in the capital markets when access to new financing would be limited. The metric used to measure this period is internally referred to as the survival horizon. The bank has built up liquidity reserves and actively prolonged the average maturity profile of all its wholesale funding during the last couple of years to extend its survival horizon.


Swedbank AB has obtained credit ratings from three rating agencies, Standard & Poor's, Moody's and Fitch, to provide debt investors with an external assessment of the bank´s financial and credit position. The Group´s covered bond programme enjoys ratings from Moody's and Standard & Poor's.


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In focus

7 June 2017

Swedbank AB today finalised its program listing on the Tokyo Pro Bond Market.

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15 May 2017

Swedbank AB, Supplemental capital, Tier 2 transaction

Nominal amount: EUR 650m

Annual coupon: 1,00%

Tenor: 10 Year with a optional buyback (call) after 5.5 years

Value date: 22 May, 2017

Maturity date: 22 Nov, 2027

Call date: 22 Nov, 2022

ISIN: XS1617859464

26 April 2017

Swedbank Mortgage AB, Covered bond transaction
Nominal amount: EUR 1bn
Coupon: 0.40% (fixed)
Tenor: 7Y
Value date: 8 May, 2017
Maturity date: 8 May, 2024
ISIN: XS1606633912

6 Mar 2017

Swedbank AB, Senior unsecured dual transaction

Nominal amount: USD 1bn (fixed), USD 500m (FRN)

Coupon: 2.800% (fixed), 3m$L+70bp (FRN)

Tenor: 5Y

Value date: 14 Mar, 2017

Maturity date: 14 Mar, 2022

Price: T+80bp (fixed), 3m$L+70bp (FRN)

Rating: AA-/Aa3/AA- (S&P/Moody's/Fitch)

ISIN (fixed): XS1577360784, CUSIP 87020PAH0

ISIN (FRN): XS1577762583, CUSIP 87020PAJ6

26 Feb 2017

Swedbank AB, Senior unsecured transaction

Nominal amount: EUR 750m

Coupon: 0.300% (fixed)

Tenor: 5Y and 6m

Value date: 6 Mar, 2017 

Maturity date: 9 Sep, 2022

Price: MS+18bp

Rating: AA-/Aa3/AA- (S&P/Moody's/Fitch)

ISIN: XS1573958409

9 Jan 2017

Swedbank Mortgage AB, Covered bond transaction

Nominal amount: EUR 1bn

Coupon: 0.125% (fixed)

Tenor: 5Y and 6m

Value date: 16 Jan, 2017

Maturity date: 18 Jul, 2022

ISIN: XS1550140674 

9 Dec 2016

Swedbank AB, AT1 transaction with equity conversion

Nominal amount: USD 500m

Coupon: 6.00%

Tenor: Perpetual, callable in 2022 (5.25Y)

Value date: 16 Dec 2016

First call date: 17 Mar 2022

ISIN: XS1535953134

26 May 2016

Fitch Ratings upgrade Swedbank to AA- (A+) with stable outlook.

Fitch Rating action

3 Dec 2015

S&P upgrade Swedbank to AA- (A+) with negative outlook

The negative outlook represents S&P's view on the heightened risk in the Swedish economy

S&P Rating action

26 Nov 2015

Swedbank AB, EUR Senior unsecured transaction

Nominal amount: EUR 750m

Tenor: 5Y Fixed with an annual coupon of 0.625%

Value date: 4 December 2015

Maturity date: 4 January 2021

Price: MS+ 53bp

Rating: AA-/Aa3/A+ (S&P/Moody's/Fitch)



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