The past two years have seen many ups and downs in banking, but one major “up” story is that of Nordea. As CEO Frank Vang-Jensen explains, Nordea turned things around by centring its operations on its customers and following an ambitious new three-pronged business plan. Nordea’s example can help other banks get back on track to success.
Some regulators have initiated innovative payment solutions, while others lag behind. The traditional view that sustainability can be left to market forces is faltering, as our developing payment landscape leaves millions behind, raising concerns about the impacts of cashless societies. The remedy: an efficient, inclusive payment model.
Nordea Bank Apb, based in Finland, has proved that banks can be their customers’ greatest financial support in times of crisis. Long committed to assisting customers to realize their dreams, Nordea has taken proactive steps to ensure that their clients continue to not only survive but thrive during the COVID-19 pandemic. In our interview, CEO Frank Vang-Jensen describes the bank’s resolute commitment to go one step further for its customers.
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