SEB has found a new head of private banking

Swedish SEB has found a successor for Head of Private Banking Martin Gärtner, who has instead become senior advisor in the bank.

The position as Head of Private Banking at SEB is now filled by Erika Lundquist, who has 25 years of experience from the financial market, SEB states in a press release.

"I'm looking forward to continuing the development of our private banking unit, focusing on creating even more value for our customers," Erika Lundquist says in the announcement.

She has been a part of SEB since 2008, most recently as head of SEB in Luxembourg for three years. Prior to that, she had different roles in the unit for large companies and financial institutions and in private banking, announcement states.

Erika Lundquist replaces Martin Gärtner, who is now Senior Adviser in SEB.

English Edit: Marie Honoré

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