Collector Bank initiates cooperation with SPP
Collector Bank has entered into a cooperation agreement with SPP Pension och Försäkring AB (“SPP”) in order to extend their respective offerings to companies and private individuals. The agreement means that SPP will provide information on Collector Bank’s savings accounts and personal loans on its website, referring interested parties to Collector. Collector will, in turn, inform its customers of SPP’s occupational pension offering and the opportunity to use SPP’s investment savings accounts (“ISK”).
In the Stockholm region, SPP is initiating a project where occupational pension scheme customers interested in factoring services and corporate loans will be referred to Collector Bank.
“Our customers are looking for forms of savings to supplement their existing ISK savings. Our corporate customers often have more comprehensive needs than just occupational pension solutions. By cooperating with Collector, we will now be able to broaden and strengthen our offering to private individuals and companies alike,” says Sara McPhee, Managing Director of SPP.
“We look forward to offering the market an extensive range of financial services for companies and private individuals. I am convinced that this cooperation will create new opportunities for both Collector and SPP,” comments Stefan Alexandersson, CEO of Collector.
This information is published pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act, the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act and/or the rules and regulations of Nasdaq Stockholm. The information was submitted for publication on 4 June 2015 at 8.30 a.m.
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