Nordic bank SEB has launched an iPad application that offers market data from more than 50 exchanges in real time, as well as SEB Enskilda’s leading equity research. The market data includes consolidated order depth for several market places, charts and news. The analysis service comprises research reports, fact sheets, earnings revisions and recommendation changes on the 300 largest Nordic companies. Users can also register online for any of the 800 company presentations and seminars that SEB Enskilda host each year.
“We are very excited to launch this application, the first of its kind in the Nordic region for institutional clients. We hope this will prove to be a useful mobile application; many of our clients travel extensively and rely heavily on information that is accessible on mobile devices,” said Johan Nyquist, head of sales at SEB Enskilda in Stockholm.
These services are primarily offered to clients that have access to Trading Station Equities and SEB Enskilda Research Online. SEB is currently planning to launch a host of other iPad applications for SEB’s institutional and private clients, and the bank’s shareholders. The application aimed at shareholders will enable easy access to the bank’s main financial reports as well as other important information such as SEB’s sustainability report.
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