Nordea won the awards for Best Private Bank in Norway, Sweden and Denmark when Global Finance named the world’s best private banks 2021. The winners are banks that best serve the specialised needs of high-net-worth individuals. In Norway, Nordea won the best private bank award for the fourth consecutive year.
“The past year’s crisis has caused many to re-evaluate priorities, and private bankers are invaluable partners in guiding clients through challenging decisions,” said Joseph Giarraputo, publisher and editorial director of Global Finance in the award press release. “The Global Finance private bank awards indicate which institutions are rising to meet needs of new and established client groups.”
Global Finance’s editorial board selected the winners for the Private Bank Awards with input from executives and industry insiders. The editors also use information from entries submitted by banks, in addition to independent research. This year’s ratings were based on performance during the period covering July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.
“During the pandemic, market turbulence and constant changes included, we have kept a high activity level and close dialogue with our customers. We have served them with more information via webinars and newsletters, when we couldn’t meet them physically. The digital transformation has been smooth for both customers and advisers,” says Ninni Franceschi, head of Private Banking in Sweden.
New York-based Global Finance magazine has readers in 190 countries.
Read the full press release about the award and the winners.
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