"I was born and raised in an entrepreneurial family…”

Career Path: Erika Lundquist has just returned to Stockholm from Luxembourg to take over as SEB’s new head of private banking. She tells AMWatch how her early experiences of studying abroad helped her integrate in the Grand Duchy.

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What career path did you envision for yourself when you were younger?

"I was born and raised in an entrepreneurial family where everyone had a passion for work, and I’ve always been interested in languages and maths. English and French have been close to my heart since I was at school. I never had a career plan as such, but all my career ideas have been along the lines of languages, maths, business and clients. My whole family was quite outward looking, and my grandfather was the consul for Denmark in the little town Simrishamn. Being in Skåne in the south of Sweden, we were always very close to Denmark and also to the rest of Europe."

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