Nordea Private Banking received several prestigious banking awards at the PWM/The Banker Global Private Banking 2017 Awards ceremony last night in London.
Nordea Private Banking was awarded Best Private Bank in the Nordics, Best Private Bank in Finland and Best Private Bank in Norway.
“We are extremely honoured to receive such a prestigious award for our private banking services in the Nordics along with country awards in Finland and Norway. We believe this was achieved thanks to our work to further improve client experiences in each and every market,” says Thorben Sander, head of Global Private Banking at Nordea.
In 2014 and 2015, Nordea Private Banking was awarded Best Private Bank in the Nordics as well as Best Private Bank in Finland. Nordea Private Banking in Norway has now received the country award four years in a row, every year since it was launched as a category in 2014.
The PWM/The Banker Global Private Banking Awards are among the world's most prestigious private banking awards. This year, the ninth year in a row, there were over 170 submissions from more than 63 countries. The global financial magazine The Banker, which is part of the Financial Times Group, manages the PWM/The Banker Global Private Banking Awards.
Nordea Private Banking is the largest private banking provider in the Nordic region with more than EUR 100 billion in assets under management and close to EUR 1 billion in yearly income. Around 100,000 private banking clients are served from around 80 branches located in the Nordic region, Luxembourg and Singapore.
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