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About Sparbanken Sjuhärad

Sparbanken Sjuhärad

Sparbanken Sjuhärad is the second largest independent savings bank in Sweden with approximately 160 employees.

Our business area consists of the municipalities Borås, Bollebygd, Mark och Svenljunga, where the bank has a very strong position on both the private and corporate market.


We aspire to be a leading bank within sustainability. What is long-term sustainable is also long-term profitable for customers, business and society. We work to constantly broaden our customers' knowledge to enable them to make sustainable choices – private, corporate and institutional.

Societal engagement

We have a long tradition of helping people achieve a sound and sustainable financial situation. Through our own initiatives and with our partners, we educate youths about personal finance and entrepreneurship. Another of our priorities is contributing towards digital inclusion for more people in society.


We believe that our success as a bank is connected to helping society meet the social and environmental challenges of our times. We act on this in our customer service, our asset management, our credits and our product development, as well as in our own operations. We are determined to facilitate a climate transition that aligns with the Paris Agreement, and we will contribute to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Human rights

We respect human rights throughout all our business functions: our employees, business relations and supplier engagements. We assess human rights risks in business relations, decisions and strategy, and seek to prevent and mitigate negative human rights impacts that are directly linked to our operations, products and services.


Everything Sparbanken Sjuhärad does should be characterized by transparency, trust and integrity. We take an active standpoint against all forms of corruption in all markets where we operate, and we work hard to detect and report suspected money laundering and terrorism financing. The bank assures stringent procedures to identify and understand risks of corruption in order to apply preventive measures.