The Swedish Export Credit Corporation, SEK, believes in the importance of sustainable business. That’s why business ethics and social and environmental risks are given the same weighting as financial risks in our credit decisions.
SEK wants to contribute to a more sustainable world and we believe that sustainable business is increasingly important to the success of Swedish exports. SEK aims to set a good example on sustainability issues and lead developments in this field. We do this primarily by imposing requirements when lending to exporters.
SEK supports the UN Global Compact. Signatories pledge to comply with its 10 principles on human rights, labor law, the environment and anti-corruption measures. We encourage our clients to sign up to the UN Global Compact and to adhere to OECD guidelines for multinational corporations.
Talk to us about sustainability
For questions about our work on sustainability issues, please contact Johan Henningsson, Head of Sustainability. As a stakeholder you are welcome to give your views and report any incidents relating to projects funded by SEK. You can contact our sustainability analysts Helena Engner Aili or Catherine Beijer if you wish to anonymously report a suspected case of corruption or other offence relating to our business or an export contract.
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Our sustainability work
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