Comerica Inc.'s private banking division is sharing information with its Swedish peers on business practices.

Private bankers from Sweden's SEB Kapitalforvaltning were at Comerica's Detroit headquarters Monday and Tuesday to discuss strategy. Early Monday, Virginia M. Hill, a Comerica first vice president, said she expected to touch on issues such as investment modeling, client segmentation, and different methods of product delivery.

The Swedish bank contacted Comerica, which manages $18 billion in personal trust assets, after the U.S. bank was featured in research conducted by VIP Forum, a Washington-based private banking consulting firm. SEB is a $99 billion-asset bank and manages $53 billion of assets.

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