Invitation to Swedbank’s interim report January – September 2020

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Swedbank’s interim report for January – September 2020 will be published at 7.00 a.m. (CET) 20 October.

Investors and analysts: Conference call on 20 October at 8.00 a.m. (CET)

The report will be presented by Jens Henriksson (President and CEO), Anders Karlsson (CFO), Rolf Marquardt (CRO) and Annie Ho (Head of Investor Relations). The conference call will be held in English and broadcasted live on A recording will also be available following the call.

To participate in the conference call dial in five minutes prior to the call on:

 +46 8 566 42651 or +44 333 300 0804 using PIN: 44368879#.

Media: Press Meeting at 9.30 a.m. (CET) on 20 October in Sundbyberg.

Media representatives are welcome to a digital and physical press meeting with Jens Henriksson (President and CEO) at Swedbank’s Head Office at Landsvägen 40, in Sundbyberg.

Preregistration is required in order to attend, please state if you are attending the digital or physical

meeting. Instructions for attending the digital meeting will be sent out after registration. The press meeting will be held in Swedish. Press id or equivalent is required.

Please register by contacting:

Head of Group Press Office, Unni Jerndal, or +46 73 092 1180 -

no later than Friday 16 October.



Annie Ho                                                                        Unni Jerndal

Head of Investor Relations                                            Head of Group Press Office                                    

+46 70 343 7815                                                            +46 73 092 1180

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