With 140,000 customers, 42 branches and more than 540 employees, Sparekassen Sjælland is the 10th largest bank in Denmark. Sparekassen Sjælland aspires to be a stable dividend stock for its shareholders based on a business characterized by long term relations with retail customers and small and medium-sized enterprises.
Lars Petersson, CEO of Sparekassen Sjælland said: ”The official listing of Sparekassen Sjælland shares at Nasdaq Copenhagen marks the end of an intense process for all employees at the bank and the opening of an exciting new chapter in the bank’s long history. In the years to come we will work hard and determined on maintaining and strengthening the bank’s market position and thus lay the foundation for a positive journey for the bank’s loyal and future shareholders.
Adam Kostyál, Senior Vice President Global Listing Services EMEA, said: “We are pleased to welcome Sparekassen Sjælland to the Nasdaq Copenhagen exchange. The company steps onto the exchange with a 190 years long history and a local branch grid that stretches all over the region. At Nasdaq we look forward to offering the company a place on the high street of the capital markets, where both local Nordic as well as global investors pass each day.”
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