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Swedish lender SEB names executive vice president

Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB named William Paus executive vice president and a member of the Swedish lender's executive committee, effective April 1.

Paus, who has served as head of SEB in Norway since 2010, will also co-head the bank's large corporates and financial institutions division with Joachim Alpen.

Paus will be replaced as head of the bank in Norway by John Turesson, who was also named an adjunct member of SEB's executive committee, as of April 1. Turesson is the Swedish lender's head of large corporates coverage in Norway.