Anna Dovbiša, the former Head of SEB banka’s Customer Service Support Department, will become the chairwomen of the Management Board of SEB Pension Fund as of 10 January this year.

 

Anna Dovbiša has been with SEB banka since 2007, during which time she has held various positions, including Head of the Restructuring Department, member of the Management Board of SEB Līzings and, since 2016, Head of SEB banka's Customer Service Support Department.

Anna Dovbiša holds a Master's degree in Business Administration from Riga Technical University, has completed professional change management and leadership programmes and has obtained the internationally recognised CAMS certificate in the AML area.

 

Arnolds Čulkstēns, Chairman of the Management Board of SEB Life and Pension Baltic SE points out:

“In the previous 14 years at SEB banka, Anna has gained extensive experience in customer service and operational management, which will be particularly important in managing one of the largest pension companies in Latvia. I am convinced that Anna's expertise and leadership skills will help strengthen the position of the pension fund and achieve its strategic objectives.”

 

Anna Dovbiša, Chairwoman of the Management Board of the open-ended pension fund AS “SEB Atklātais pensiju fonds”:

“I am very pleased to join the strong team at SEB Pension Fund. The pension sector is very dynamic, it continues to grow and forms a significant part of SEB's business. The top priority of the Pension Fund is to provide great value-added service to customers. Conversely, in the long term, strengthening the savings culture in Latvia and raising public awareness of the importance of pension savings in securing personal prosperity and financial sustainability is important.”

 

Dace Ljusa, the former chairwoman of the Management Board of the Pension Fund, has decided to continue her career outside SEB after terminating her employment with the Pension Fund on 30 November 2021.

AS “SEB Atklātais pensiju fonds” is a subsidiary of SEB Life and Pension Baltic SE, which is part of the SEB (Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken) financial group. The purpose of AS “SEB Atklātais pensiju fonds” is to provide the participants of the Pension Plan with additional retirement capital in accordance with the Law on Private Pension Funds and Pension Plans by accumulating and investing the cash contributions made by and in favour of the participants of the Pension Plan.

 

Further information:
Kristīne Šonmane, Corporate Communication Department, Head of Organisational Communication, ph.+371-26102288, kristine.sonmane@seb.lv
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SEB Group is the leading financial services provider in Northern Europe.  As a bank for close and long-term relationships, SEB offers financial advice and a wide range of financial services in Sweden and the Baltic countries. In Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Germany, SEB focuses on corporate banking and investment banking for corporate and institutional clients.  SEB Group’s international activities are confirmed by a representative office in 20 countries around the world.  As of 30 September 2021, SEB Group’s total assets amounted to SEK 3,585 billion, and assets under management amounted to SEK 2,422 billion. SEB Group has 15,500 employees.  More about SEB Group:www.sebgroup.com

 

 

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