Nordea is domiciled in Finland, a member of the European banking union, following the execution of the cross-border reversed merger between Nordea Bank AB (publ) and Nordea Bank Abp. The banking business in Denmark, Norway and Sweden will be carried out in branches of Nordea Bank Abp and there will be no changes in day-to-day services from a customer perspective.
- Nordea is one of the largest and strongest banks in Europe. The move to the banking union is a significant strategic step in our transformation journey securing a fair, stable and predictable regulatory environment for the bank on a par with its European peers. It will promote the interests of our customers, shareholders and employees, and enable us to have the best possible platform to grow and develop our services to leverage on our customer vision: we want our customers to experience that we are easy to deal with, relevant and competent, anywhere and anytime, where the personal and digital relationship makes Nordea a safe and trusted partner, says Group CEO Casper von Koskull.
No changes in day-to-day service
Nordea will continue to be a trusted partner that aims to offer its customers the best service in the market anytime, anywhere. The move does not impact how and where Nordea takes decisions in relation to our individual customers.
- We will continue to deliver value to all customers, as we will keep on operating under the Nordic business model as previously. We will be just as close to our customers as we have always been and continue to interact and contribute to the Nordic societies and economies, says Casper von Koskull.
Further information: Nordea’s re-domiciliation is completed.
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