Nordea is awarded Best Private Bank in the Nordics, Finland and Norway

30-10-14 10:00 | About Nordea

Nordea Private Banking received several Private Banking Awards at the PWM Global Private Banking Ceremony held in Geneva on 29 October 2014.

At the event, Nordea was awarded as the Best Private Bank in the Nordics, the Best Private Bank in Finland and the Best Private Bank in Norway. In Denmark, Nordea Private Banking was recognised as highly commended. It is the first time ever that Nordea is part of the competition.

It is the global financial magazine The Banker – which is part of the Financial Times Group – that manages the Global Private Banking Awards. It is regarded as one of the most prestigious private banking events with over 170 submissions from 60 countries. In 2014 new categories have been added such as Best Private Bank in Finland and Best Private Bank in Norway.

Gunn Wærsted, Head of Wealth Management at Nordea, says: “We are very proud to receive these rewards and they highlight our strong position within private banking. Nordea Private Banking has for several years achieved strong financial results, attracted new clients and thereby an inflow of assets under management. Our client satisfaction is high, and we have been able to steadily innovate and supply customers with market leading solutions”.

Nordea Private Banking is the largest private bank in the Nordic region with EUR 82bn in assets under management and approximately 900 employees. Preparing for the future, Nordea Private Banking has invested in improved client value propositions and focused on further client acquisition.

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