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About the company

Nordea Bank Abp is a Finland-based bank engaged in corporate merchant banking, as well as retail banking and private banking. The Bank reports four main business areas, namely Personal Banking, Commercial & Business Banking, Wholesale Banking and Asset & Wealth Management. Personal Banking provides services and solutions for the Bank's household customers in the Nordic markets. Commercial & Business Banking serves large, medium-sized and small corporate customers. Wholesale Banking provides banking and other financial solutions to large-sized Nordic and international corporate, institutional and public companies. Asset & Wealth Management provides investment, savings and risk management products, manages customers’ assets and advises individuals, as well as institutional investors on their financial situation.

  • Revenue in SEK (TTM)77.96bn
  • Net income in SEK16.18bn
  • Incorporated2017
  • Employees28.29k
  • Location
    Nordea Bank AbpHamnbanegatan 5HELSINKI 00020FinlandFIN
  • Phone+358 20070000
  • Fax+358 916320002
  • Websitehttps://www.nordea.fi/
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MobilePay A/SRumoured08 Jul 201908 Jul 2019Rumoured-13.66%--
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