We have now entered a ‘post-peak coronavirus period’ with societies gradually reopening and economies slowly picking up pace. The full economic consequences of the crisis are still to be seen, and we might experience setbacks in the recovery.
As the largest bank in the Nordics, Nordea has a special responsibility to the societies we are part of. We are here to support all our customers in good times as well as bad.
As the authorities’ safety restrictions are stepwise being eased, more Nordea employees will return to our offices. This will be done at different paces in each country depending on local guidelines.
Nordea continues to monitor the situation as well as the instructions and guidance from local health authorities. We will continue to take all available actions in order to minimise the impact on our employees and customers.
We prefer arranging meetings with our customers online and ask you to contact us by phone or online instead of visiting a branch, if possible. That is especially important if you have been in contact with a person infected by the coronavirus or if you are feeling ill or have symptoms.
If you want to visit a branch, please try to avoid peak hours - and always remember to keep the necessary distance to other customers.
We look forward to servicing you!
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