SEB retains lead for Scandi currencies

Joachim Alpen at SEB
Joachim Alpen, SEB

As the crisis in the eurozone intensified during the course of 2011, Scandinavian currencies offered an attractive alternative for investors. Swedish bank SEB has leveraged the combination of its local market knowledge and its global footprint to exploit that momentum, winning the award for best bank for Scandinavian currencies for the second successive year.

Although SEB doesn't expect significant appreciation in the Swedish krona as a result of safe-haven flows, it does believe the currency

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