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Company History

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1962

The First National Bank

Borsen itself was formed in 2000 from the merger of three of Sweden’s largest and most established banks, the Bors Bank (DKB), Hanz Bank and the Industrial Bank of Sweden. The diverse activities have now been integrated under ‘Borz’ to create a global powerhouse.

Our history informs our present thinking, which values mutually beneficial long-term relationships and steady and sustainable growth.

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1991

Largest Commercial Banks

The history of Borsen dates back to 1873 with the establishment of the Bors Bank, the first national bank in Sweden.

Our strategy is simple. GFTD is a key part of the bank’s global ambitions. We have been an active participant in the European market since 1952 and have continued to grow our presence ever since, with a network of 20 offices spread throughout the region.

2003

Company Status in The US

Having the balance sheet and credit rating of one of the world’s largest and most stable banks has enabled us to grow Borsen in GSTD and focus our efforts on the needs of our clients. Going forward we are well positioned to increase our presence in this region as the economy recovers.

2016

Banking Subsidiary in Europe

The history of Borsen dates back to 1873 with the establishment of the Bors Bank, the first national bank in Sweden.

Our strategy is simple. GFTD is a key part of the bank’s global ambitions. We have been an active participant in the European market since 1952 and have continued to grow our presence ever since, with a network of 20 offices spread throughout the region.

Borsen in Numbers

Borsen is one of the largest financial institutions in the world, offering a broad range of services including retail, corporate and investment banking, trust and asset management. The group has:

  • approximately 37,000 staff working in 750 offices;
  • total assets of over US$2.5 trillion (as of May 2014);
  • market capitalisation US$87 billion (as of June 2016);
  • over 750 locations; and
  • credit ratings of: A1/P1 stable, A+/A1 negative and A/F1 stable.
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