At SEB's Annual General Meeting (AGM) this Tuesday the board members
Annika Falkengren, Penny Hughes, Urban Jansson, Tuve Johannesson,
Hans-Joachim Körber, Jesper Ovesen, Carl Wilhelm Ros,
Jacob Wallenberg and Marcus Wallenberg were re-elected. Steven
Kaempfer has declined re-election and Christine Novakovic was elected
as a new member of the Board. The AGM re-elected Marcus Wallenberg as
Chairman of the Board.

At the statutory Board Meeting following the AGM, Jacob Wallenberg
and Tuve Johannesson were appointed Deputy Chairmen.

The AGM resolved on Directors' fees of SEK 8,950,000 to be
distributed as follows: SEK 2,750,000 to the Chairman of the Board
and SEK 4,200,000 to the other Directors elected by the AGM with SEK
600,000 each to the Deputy Chairmen and SEK 500,000 each to other
board members. For committee work, the AGM resolved a total fee of
SEK 2,000,000 split between SEK 510,000 to the Chairman and SEK
325,000 to other member of the Risk and Capital Committee and SEK
387,000 each to the Chairmen and SEK 195,000 each to other members of
the Audit and Compliance Committee and the Remuneration and Human
Resources Committee. No fee for committee work is distributed to the
Chairman of the Board.

PricewaterhouseCoopers was re-elected as auditor for the period until
and including the AGM 2012.

The dividend was approved at SEK 6.50 per share (6.00), with a record
date of 11 April, 2008.

The AGM approved the Board's proposal for principles for remuneration
to the President and the other members of the Group Executive
Committee as well as new share-based long-term incentive programmes
for 2008 in the form of a share savings programme, a performance
share programme and a share matching programme.

The AGM also decided on the acquisition and sale of own shares in
accordance with the Board's proposal. The decisions of the AGM can be
read in full at
SEB is a North European financial group serving some 400,000
corporate customers and institutions and five million private
individuals. SEB has a local presence in the Nordic and Baltic
countries, Germany, Ukraine and Russia, and a global presence through
its international network in another ten countries. On 31 December
2007, the Group's total assets amounted to SEK 2,344bn while its
assets under management totalled SEK 1,370bn. The Group has about
20,000 employees. Read more about SEB at
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