Nordea adds Best Bank to Cash Management awards

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01-04-16 10:00 | Awards and organisational news

For the fourth year in a row, Nordea has been recognised as the Best Bank in the Nordic Region in the Global Finance magazine’s annual “World’s Best Banks” awards. Nordea also won the Best Bank country category for Estonia, Latvia and Norway.

The accolades follow on from January's Treasury & Cash Management Provider awards, when Nordea was named as the Best Overall Bank for Cash Management and Best Bank for Financial Risk Management in the Nordics, as well as Best Overall Bank for Cash Management in Norway and Finland.

Earlier in 2016, Nordea topped three areas in the Treasury Management International (TMI) awards, including the sought after award of Best Bank in the Nordics for Cash & Liquidity Management, which reflects overall cash management strength and coverage.

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