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Share buy-backs

Nordea’s capital and dividend policy includes both dividends and buy-backs as tools for capital distribution to shareholders. Our aim is to pay out 60-70% of the profit of the financial year to shareholders. In addition, buy-backs are intended to be used for distributing excess capital to our shareholders.

In September 2021, Nordea received approval from the European Central Bank (ECB) for share buy-backs of up to EUR 2 billion – a recognition of Nordea’s strong capital position and strong business performance. Following the completion of the first programme, Nordea’s application for further share buy-backs of up to EUR 1.0bn was approved by the ECB in February 2022. Both of these programmes have been completed.

In July 2022, Nordea’s Board of Directors approved a third share buy-back programme of up to EUR 1.5bn. The approval from the ECB for the buy-backs was announced on 8 July and the programme commenced on 20 July 2022.

First programme (completed)

Total no of shares bought   Completed (EUR) Total programme (EUR)
189,634,586 1,997m 2,000m

Second programme (completed)

Total no of shares bought  Completed (EUR) Total programme (EUR)
107,254,529 1,002m 1,002m

Third programme (ongoing)

Total no of shares bought (27.1.2023)  Completed (EUR) Total programme (EUR)
118,863,043 1,144m 1,500m

Frequently asked questions about share buy-backs

Share buy-back announcements