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Two new partners join SSE Corporate Partnership Program

Carnegie Investment Bank and VINCI Energies join over 100 other leading companies in the SSE Corporate Partnership Program.

SSE is pleased to welcome two new partners to the Corporate Partnership Program, with the aim of strengthening our close ties to the business community. We work with our Corporate Partners to understand their needs and challenges in order to better meet them by educating future responsible leaders in business and beyond. In the first half of 2022, 8 new companies have joined the Corporate Partnership Program.   

Carnegie is the foremost financial adviser in the Nordics. They bring investors, entrepreneurs and companies together to enable clients, owners and society to grow sustainably. Carnegie’s business rests on three pillars: Investment Banking, Securities and Private Banking. Professional advisory, unique expertise and networks are the common denominators among them. 

VINCI Energies contributes to the environmental transition by helping bring about major shifts in the digital landscape and the energy sector. Keeping pace with market change, VINCI Energies integrates customised multi-technical solutions to help its customers roll out technologies that serve a useful purpose and care for the planet, from design to implementation, operation and maintenance. With their strong regional roots and agile and innovative structure, VINCI Energies’ 1,800 business units have positioned themselves at the heart of the energy choices their customers make, boosting the reliability, efficiency and sustainability of their infrastructure and processes.

These companies join a network of more than 100 leading Swedish and international companies that support SSE and enjoy a close cooperation within research and education. The Corporate Partnership Program offers an exclusive business network, employer branding and recruitment opportunities, case cracking and the opportunity to take part of our world-class research.

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