Nordea wins Euromoney award for best private banking

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17-02-02 8:30 | Awards | About Nordea

Euromoney has awarded Nordea as the best provider of private banking services in the Nordic region and the Baltics for the ninth year in a row. Nordea Private Banking has also received the Euromoney country awards for best private banking services in Finland and Latvia.

“We are very proud to receive such an internationally acclaimed award for our private banking services, which have been developed progressively in recent years with significant investments. We are working hard to continue this journey,” says Thorben Sander, Head of Private Banking in Nordea.

Euromoney is an international financial magazine. Its annual awards for private banking services are based on industry peer assessments and votes from senior private banking and wealth management staff.

Nordea Private Banking ranks among the top 20 Private Banks in Europe. It is the largest in the Nordic region with more than EUR 100 billion in assets under management and about 110,000 clients are served by some 1,200 private banking advisers and supporters. 

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