The strategy that SEK applies for its own borrowing means that the company always has surplus liquidity. This surplus is invested in low-risk assets. Generally, this liquidity may not be invested in instruments with maturities of more than 1.5 years. However, given the current turmoil in the financial markets, SEK invests its liquidity in instruments with an average maturity of well under 1.5 years. In addition, SEK holds a large cash reserve in preparation for larger new lending commitments.
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