Nordea Corporate & Investment Banking takes a huge leap in the latest Prospera survey for large corporates and moves from number 5 to a shared number 1 position in the Nordics.
“It is very satisfying to see that our transformation is starting to produce results in all Nordic countries. We are particular happy that our initiatives to increase intensity, relevance and cross-unit coordination are being appreciated,” says Mathias Leijon, global co-head of Corporate & Investment Banking.
Highest score for Nordea since 2011
Nordea steps up in the ranking for large corporate customers, going from fifth place in the Nordic region last year to first place this year. That is the highest score and highest position Nordea has had since 2011.
In total, 269 CFOs and heads of Treasury have been interviewed for the Prospera survey; see the full ranking on Prospera’s website.
“This is a result of a great team effort and it’s especially encouraging to see the great progress in Finland, Norway and Sweden, where we are number 2, 1 and 2, respectively, with all countries delivering the highest average score for the past 6 years. None of this would have been achieved without teaming up with our customers.”
Mathias concludes: “It is always encouraging to see positive feedback from our customers. We will continue to listen closely to what they really want and deliver this in a humble, proactive and consistent manner.”
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