Nordea’s Personal Banking will have a new head in Finland. The current head Jussi Mekkonen will leave Nordea to take up a position with another financial industry employer in Europe.
The new Head of Personal Banking Finland will be Petri Nikkilä who comes from the position of Head of Personal Banking and Strategy at Nordea. His previous international employers include HSBC and Unilever. Petri Nikkilä will take on his new position as of today and together with Deputy Head of Personal Banking Finland Riikka Laine-Tolonen will lead the way for Personal Banking Finland going forward.
- I would like to thank Jussi for his valuable and dedicated contribution to the development of Nordea in Finland and at the same time wish him all the best in his new position, says Topi Manner, Head of Personal Banking at Nordea, and continues:
- Petri has international and local leadership experience both inside and outside the financial industry. He has also been extensively involved in strategy and development work. I congratulate him on his appointment and I am very much looking forward to continuing our excellent cooperation.
- We are currently living in perhaps the most interesting period in the history of the financial industry. The market is going through a huge transformation, forcing consumers to take a stronger stand on managing their finances. As a major player we are responsible for enabling our customers to do their banking amidst this huge transformation. Throughout my career I have worked very closely with customers, and I believe that this will be of great help in my new position, says Petri Nikkilä.
For further information:
Topi Manner, Head of Personal Banking, + 358 50 383 4700
Kati Tommiska, Group Communications, +358 50 382 1391