SBAB's goal is to achieve well-balanced risk-taking that supports its business activities.
This entails that the total risk should be kept at a level compatible with SBAB's long-term financial objectives for return, the size of risk capital and the goal rating.
Risk management should be transparent and thus easily monitored by external parties. For further information on how SBAB identifies, measures and controls risk, see the chapter on Risk Management in the annual report and/or the report Information about Capital Adequacy and Risk Management, Basel Regulations, Third Pillar.
As of September 2015, SBAB’s quarterly disclosure of own funds and liquidity is included in the interim report.
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