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SEB SA

SEBF.PA

Latest Trade

136.60EUR

Change

0.50(+0.37%)

Volume

45,254

Today's Range

135.30

 - 

137.30

52 Week Range

105.60

 - 

166.80

As of on the Euronext Paris ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
136.10
Open
137.00
Volume
45,254
3M AVG Volume
1.12
Today's High
137.30
Today's Low
135.30
52 Week High
166.80
52 Week Low
105.60
Shares Out (MIL)
49.80
Market Cap (MIL)
6,871.95
Forward P/E
15.97
Dividend (Yield %)
1.46

Next Event

Full Year 2019 SEB SA Sales and Earnings Release

Latest Developments

More

SEB 9-Month Operating Result From Activity 407 Million Euros, +9.3%

Groupe SEB Completes Acquisition Of Krampouz

Groupe SEB Enters Into Negotiations To Buy Krampouz SAS

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About SEB SA

SEB SA is a France-based manufacturer of household equipment. The Company is present in three complementary sectors: Cookware, Kitchen Electrics and Home and Personal Care. The Cookware sector includes frying pans, oven dishes, pressure cookers, kitchen utensils, among others. The Kitchen Electrics is divided into two smaller groups: Electric cooking, which includes deep fryers, table-top ovens, rice cookers, induction hobs, barbecues, informal meal appliances and Preparation, which consists of food processors, beaters, mixers, blenders, juicers, coffee makers. The Home and Personal Care is divided into Linen care (including steam irons and steam generators), Home care (fans, portable heaters and air-conditioners appliances, among others) and Personal care (hair care appliances, depilators, bathroom scales). SEB SA has six multi-regional brands: All-Clad, Rowenta, Moulinex, Tefal, Lagostina and Krups. It operates through SWIZZZ PROZZZ.

Industry

Appliance & Tool

Contact Info

Campus SEB - 112

chemin du Moulin Carron

+33.4.72181818

http://www.groupeseb.com

Executive Leadership

Thierry de la Tour d'Artaise

Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Stanislas de Gramont

Chief Operating Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Cyril Buxtorf

Executive Vice President - EMEA, Member of the Executive Committee

Philippe Crevoisier

Executive Vice President - Products and Innovation, Member of the Executive Committee

Luc Gaudemard

Executive Vice President - Americas, Member of the Executive Committee

Key Stats

2.23 mean rating - 13 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2016

5.0K

2017

6.5K

2018

6.8K

2019(E)

7.4K
EPS (EUR)

2016

5.150

2017

7.500

2018

8.380

2019(E)

8.556
Price To Earnings (TTM)
15.95
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.96
Price To Book (MRQ)
3.23
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
9.95
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
144.64
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
110.27
Return on Investment (TTM)
9.91
Return on Equity (TTM)
6.83

Latest News

Latest News

Sweden's SEB dismisses report of money laundering 'red flags'

SEB <SEBa.ST> said it saw no need for further action after a Swedish Television (SVT) report on Wednesday said accounts at the bank had links to suspected money laundering in Estonia.

SEB has not seen evidence of link to Magnitsky affair - CEO

SEB <SEBa.ST> has not found any evidence that any of the companies that were on sanction lists for involvement in a well-known Russian tax-fraud had ever been clients in the bank, SEB <SEBa.ST> CEO Johan Torgeby said on Wednesday.

SEB has not seen evidence of link to Magnitsky affair: CEO

SEB <SEBa.ST> has not found any evidence that any of the companies that were on sanction lists for involvement in a well-known Russian tax-fraud had ever been clients in the bank, SEB <SEBa.ST> CEO Johan Torgeby said on Wednesday.

SEB has not seen evidence of link to Magnitsky affair - CEO

SEB has not found any evidence that any of the companies that were on sanction lists for involvement in a well-known Russian tax-fraud had ever been clients in the bank, SEB CEO Johan Torgeby said on Wednesday.

Swedish bank SEB missed money laundering 'red flags' in Estonia -TV report

Swedish Television (SVT) reported on Wednesday that it had obtained a list of 194 clients of Swedish bank SEB connected to suspected money laundering in Estonia.

SEB flags multibillion euro Estonian non-resident business

Sweden's SEB <SEBa.ST> said on Tuesday it had processed close to 26 billion euros ($28.66 billion) from non-resident Estonian customers between 2005-2018 that would not meet the bank's current standards of transparency.

Sweden's SEB says it was already aware of client names provided by TV show

Sweden's SEB <SEBa.ST> has received a list of 194 of its corporate clients from public broadcaster SVT, a day before it airs a programme investigating money laundering in the Baltics that is expected to include information about the bank.

SEB shares drop ahead of TV programme on money laundering

A planned Swedish TV programme on suspected money laundering in the Baltics will include information on Sweden's SEB <SEBa.ST>, the bank said on Friday, sending its shares down almost 13%.

SEB beats expectations with quarterly operating profit

Swedish bank SEB <SEBa.ST> posted better than expected quarterly profit on Friday, helped by high demand for corporate advisory services and capital markets financing, and emphasised that regional collaboration is needed to combat money laundering.

UPDATE 1-Strong trading gains help SEB beat profit forecast

Swedish banking group SEB reported first-quarter operating profit above market expectations on Tuesday and called for joint initiatives between banks, regulators and authorities to combat money-laundering.

SEB Q1 operating profit above forecast

Swedish banking group SEB reported first-quarter operating profit above market expectations on Tuesday and called for joint initiatives between banks, regulators and authorities to combat money-laundering.

Danish watchdog checks SEB branch for money laundering risks

Denmark's financial watchdog said on Wednesday a Danish branch of Swedish bank SEB should obtain additional information on customers associated with high money-laundering risk as part of a check-up on the bank.

SEB expects global green bond issuance at $210 bln-$240 bln this year

* Nordic bank SEB expects global green bond issuance to grow to $210 billion to $240 billion this year after a bumper start to the year, it said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-SEB beats Q3 expectations on strong corporate lending demand

Swedish banking group SEB reported third-quarter operating earnings above market expectations on Thursday, boosted by an uptick in lending demand from large corporations.

Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.

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