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Stockholm School of Economics Association

In 1903 a large sum of money was donated by the notable Swedish bank director K. A. Wallenberg for the establishment of a business school in Stockholm; the idea of such a business school had originated in the Swedish business community.

The Stockholm School of Economics Association was established, of which the members were businessmen and prominent industrial leaders, who took active part in the development and also gave a considerable financial support.

The Stockholm School of Economics Association has since then played a very central role in the development of the SSE to the foremost business and research institution in the country.

The Board of the SSE Association

Jacob Wallenberg, Chairman
Carl-Johan Bonnier, Deputy Chairman
Ulla Litzén, Treasurer
Gunnar Brock
Carl Cederschiöld
Thomas von Koch
Sven Nyman
Per-Olof Söderberg

Ulf Thornander