SEK definition

SEK means the lawful currency of Sweden.
SEK means Swedish Kronor, the lawful currency of Sweden;
SEK means the lawful currency of Sweden. “STIBOR” means:

Examples of SEK in a sentence

  • The Bonds are denominated in SEK and each Bond is constituted by these Terms and Conditions.

  • The settlement currency for the payment of the Cash Settlement Amount is Swedish Krona ("SEK").

  • When ascertaining whether a limit or threshold specified in SEK has been attained or broken, an amount in another currency shall be counted on the basis of the rate of exchange for such currency against SEK for the previous Business Day, as published by the Swedish Central Bank (Sw. Riksbanken) on its website (www.riksbank.se).

  • Minimum Trading Size: The Minimum Trading Size equals nominal SEK 10,000.00.

  • We are instructing BNY Mellon to price FX transactions involving the currency pairs as specified below (please select one of the following): For FX transactions involving two Developed Market currencies: Developed Market currencies mean each of the following (ISO Codes): AUD, CAD, CHF, CZK, DKK, EUR, GBP, HKD, HUF, ILS, JPY, MXN, NOK, NZD, PLN, XXX, SEK, SGD, TRY, USD , ZAR.


More Definitions of SEK

SEK means the lawful currency of Sweden;
SEK means Swedish Krona, the lawful currency of Sweden.
SEK means Swedish Kronor.
SEK means Swedish Krona.
SEK or “Swedish Krona” means the lawful currency of Sweden.
SEK means Swedish kronor, the official currency in Sweden at the time of the approval of the Base Prospectus.
SEK means repurchase agreements, reverse repurchase agreements, securities lending agreements, margin lending transactions and any other transactions within the scope of SFTR that a Fund is permitted to engage in. means Swedish Krona, the lawful currency of Sweden.