Young Economy

We want to give children and young people increased knowledge and understanding of how they can influence their personal finances through various choices - both now and later in life. Our lectures for schools and associations are free of charge.
Young Economy

The magazine Lyckoslanten (The Lucky Coin)

The magazine “Lyckoslanten” (The Lucky Coin) and the characters Spara & Slösa (Thrify and Squander) have inspired children for many years to think about financial sustainability with questions about personal finances, entrepreneurship and how I achieve my dreams. The magazine is currently only available in Swedish.
Lyckoslanten (in Swedish)

Education in digital services

With education and guidance, we want to help more people understand ​​our digital services. We educate about online security and teach how to use our digital services, such as BankID and Swish. The classes are currently only available in Swedish.
Digital ekonomi (in Swedish)

Junior Achievement

Young people are Sweden's future and more entrepreneurs are needed, which is why Swedbank and the savings banks collaborate with the non-profit organization Junior Achievement to teach young people about entrepreneurship. 
Junior Achievement Sweden (in English)
Junior Achievement Sweden (in Swedish)


Pathways to employment

Through various initiatives, we want to contribute to creating more jobs and equip those who are far from the labor market.
Pathways to employment