The international financial magazine Euromoney has ranked Nordea the best in real estate finance in the Nordic and Baltic region. On top of this, Nordea wins the country award in Finland. This is the 13th annual Real Estate Survey recognising the leading providers of real estate products and services.
“We are extremely pleased and grateful to see that our real estate customers have once again, actually for the seventh year in a row, recognised Nordea’s efforts to provide value-adding solutions for their financing needs,” says Timo Nyman, Head of Construction and Real Estate Finance, Nordea Corporate & Investment Banking Finland.
“We are lucky to have a wide variety of experts in Nordea who can contribute with different ideas to the real estate financing needs of our valued customers by creating tailor-made solutions or providing them with financing that is more characteristic of listed industrial companies,” he adds.
One example he gives is that Nordea recently acted as a Joint Global Coordinator and a Joint Bookrunner for Kojamo’s Eurobond offering, which sparked widespread international interest.
Nordea was given first place in the following categories in the 2017 Euromoney Real Estate Survey:
|Nordic & Baltic||Banks||Overall||1||1||Nordea|
|Nordic & Baltic||Banks||Loan Finance||1||1||Nordea|
|Nordic & Baltic||Banks||Debt Capital Markets||1||1||Nordea|
|Finland||Banks||Equity Finance Debt Capital||1||1||Nordea|
“We are proud to say that our customers and peers have chosen to recognise Nordea for our outstanding contribution to this sector,” Nyman continues.
This year, 2,462 responses were collected from 1,218 firms in 75 countries. The respondents (advisers, developers, investment managers, banks and corporate end-users of real estate) were asked which firms they thought have been the best providers of real estate products and services in their market over the past 12 months.
Please see the full methodology here.
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