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Corporate insights

Get the latest insights on the economy, industries and emerging trends that can help your business tackle the challenges it faces in today’s market. We share the learnings and perspectives of leading experts and innovators in the Nordics, both from Nordea and beyond.

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Sustainability

CSRD, CSDDD, ETS, CBAM – 4 EU sustainability regulations that will shape companies’ business models

The coming years will see a significant ramp up in the scope and ambition of EU regulation on sustainability. Four far-reaching regulations - the CSRD, CSDDD, ETS and CBAM - have the potential to reshape corporate strategies and business models. Explore the effects of these regulations and their implications for the business landscape.

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Sustainability

Will the EU elections derail the Green Deal?

With polls pointing to a clear shift to the right in the upcoming EU elections, fears are growing about the impact on the Green Deal, the set of policies designed to make the EU climate neutral by 2050. Marco Kisic, Head of ESG Research, shares what to expect.

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Sustainable finance

Nordic companies’ EU Taxonomy alignment on the rise

Nordic companies have reported their EU Taxonomy numbers for 2023, and Nordea's ESG Research team has analysed the results. While average revenue alignment for companies increased from 7.5% to 8.0%, we still see upside potential for several sectors.

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Sustainability

Companies report on four new EU Taxonomy objectives: water, pollution, biodiversity and circularity

EU companies recently reported their alignment with the EU Taxonomy for the second year in a row. For the first time, they also reported their eligibility under four new environmental objectives: water, pollution, biodiversity and circularity. The results bode well for companies' overall Taxonomy alignment numbers next year, according to Nordea's ESG Research team.

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Corporate insights

Nordea’s approach to clients' climate transition plans

By engaging our clients in constructive sustainability dialogues and offering tailored support, we aim to facilitate the journey to a net-zero future while mitigating risks. Our climate transition maturity ladder is a key tool in that effort.

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Nordea On Your Mind

Sandvik CFO: Organic investment has lowest cost and risk

Discover how Sandvik, a global engineering group, navigates capital spending and shareholder returns. In this Nordea On Your Mind “How to spend it” interview, Sandvik’s CFO Cecilia Felton provides insights into the company’s decentralised approach to investment, its pursuit of profitable growth and the balance between dividends and business reinvestment.

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Trade finance

Eurobus Nordic: Transforming public transportation one electric bus import at a time

Importing electric buses from China to the Nordics, Eurobus Nordic knows first hand the risks that come with international trade. One tool to help manage those risks is Nordea's trade term loans, which help the company bridge gaps in the trade cycle and improve its working capital.

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Economic Outlook

Optimism is back in Norway's economic outlook

Norwegian economic activity will pick up going forward, and unemployment will stay at a low level. Inflation will gradually decrease, but it will take years before it reaches the 2% target.

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Economic Outlook

Global economic outlook: Different paths

The global growth momentum has improved slightly since the beginning of this year thanks to China’s increased fiscal stimulus and declining inflation numbers in many western economies.

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Economic Outlook

Nordea chief economist: Soft landing likely, but risks remain

The global economy has had a decent start to 2024, and a soft landing seems more likely. But strong labour markets place heavy demands on the calibration of monetary policy, and the neutral rate is probably higher than previously assumed. The new geopolitical reality still poses a high risk to the outlook for growth and inflation.

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Economic Outlook

Population shift: Implications for Sweden's economy

Last year, Sweden saw the lowest population growth in more than 20 years. Much suggests that population growth will remain subdued in the coming years. This will impact the need for new homes, other investments as well as the labour market.

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Economic Outlook

Swedish economic outlook: Searching for equilibrium

After several turbulent years the pieces of the puzzle are gradually falling into place for the Swedish economy. Households’ consumption pattern normalises, export companies’ production will balance with demand and inflation will stabilise at low levels.

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