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NEWS - 23. February 2018 11:35

Paper-free service helped save a stack of paper taller than Pikk Hermann Tower

SEB saves approximately 1,000 sheets of paper every day by offering their clients the opportunity to perform paper-free transactions in their branches. Currently, one client in ten uses the paper-free service and a constant growth in the popularity of this environmentally friendly service model can be observed.

Ainar Leppänen, Head of Retail Banking at SEB: ‘Usually, paperwork is considered an inseparable part of banking. However, the development of technology has helped us debunk that myth. We use less paper every day, thereby conserving Estonian nature. In a years, we saved nearly 3,000 kg of paper thanks to this economical service. By the end of February, we will able to create a paper pathway nearly 180 km long. If we laid these stacks on top of each other, they would create a tower of nearly 56 metres, reaching 10 metres above the top of Pikk Hermann Tower, the main symbol of Tallinn. This lovely milestone is our way of celebrating the grand jubilee of our country.’

Clients use touch screens as part of the paper-free service – the documents that are created are signed with the client’s ID-card or mobile ID and archived in the digital portal located in the client’s Internet Bank. The service can be used in all branches of SEB. In order to receive paper-free service, the client will have to bring their ID-card and know both of their passwords; alternatively, they can bring their mobile phone, on which the mobile ID service has been activated.

More information:
Julia Piilmann
Communication Manager
Communication Department
SEB Pank

phone +372 665 5340
mobile +372 5124 808
address Tornimäe 2, 15010 Tallinn

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