Anders Langworth, acting Co-Head of Group Sustainable Finance since late June, has been appointed new Head of Group Sustainable Finance with immediate effect. Anders first joined Nordea Life & Pensions in 2011 and has since then held positions such as Business Manager, Head of Sales Development and Head of Business Development. Before joining Nordea, Anders spent five years at Citibank and Genworth Financial, holding various leadership and business development positions.
For the past three years, Anders has had a leading position within Nordea’s sustainability team, together with Ylva Hannestad. Ylva will continue as Deputy Head of Group Sustainable Finance, and become a member in the Group Business Ethics and Values committee, as such appointed by the CEO.
"I am glad and proud for this opportunity and the progress we have made during the last years. We have a great team with very strong momentum and are determined to take responsible banking to the next level – both in our internal operations and in our customer offering. That enables us to be a strong and relevant bank for both our employees and our customers, now and in the future”, says Anders Langworth.
Going forward Group Sustainable Finance will intensify its focus, together with Business Areas, to develop and enhance Nordea’s risk management and customer offerings within the area of responsible banking.
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