Nordea’s Michal Panowicz receives Digital Finance award

15-10-07 16:56 | Digital banking | About Nordea

Michal Panowicz, Deputy Head of Digital Banking at Nordea, today received the Personality of the Year Award from The Digital Banking Club and Retail Banker International for his contribution to the development of new digital services to banking customers.

The award is the result of a review of 200+ digital executives or leaders in European finance and their contribution to digital banking services this and last year. 

- I’m really proud to receive this award. But more than that, I’m really excited about being a part of Nordea and together with my colleagues building the best digital customer experiences for our household and corporate customers. One important step is the set of new digital services that we plan to put in our customers’ hands next year, says Michal Panowicz.

Michal joined Nordea earlier this year. Read more about him:  Digital frontrunner joins Nordea.

Follow Michal on Twitter: @MichalPanowicz

The Digital Banking Club is an online portal for the latest news, opinions and information on all things focused on digital – mobile and online – financial services. Read more: www.thedigitalbankingclub.com

Retail Banker International is a leading source of global news and in-depth analysis for the retail banking sector. Read more: www.retailbankerinternational.com

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