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Awards

Regional Awards for Excellence 2013: Nordics and Baltics

Best Bank: Nordea
Best Investment Bank: Nordea
Best Debt House: Nordea
Best Equity House: UBS
Best M&A House: Nordea
Best Flow House: SEB
Best Project Finance House: SEB
Best Cash Management House: SEB


Awards for Excellence 2013









Best Bank

If there is a common economic theme in the Nordic and Baltic countries in the past few years it has been the collective resilience they have shown to the gyrations of the eurozone crisis and the slowing of the global economy.

In 2012, however, that resilience took a knock as Denmark and Finland slid into recession as part of a broader economic slowdown in the Nordic and Baltic regions, even though Norway, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are still growing.

For the big local and regional banks, navigating recession and weakening economic growth among other macro-risks has been challenging, but for one bank in particular the strategy it set out in 2011 is now delivering record-breaking results.

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