Nordea was again chosen as the best corporate bank among large Nordic corporates with an all-time high customer satisfaction score in the 2019 Prospera survey. This marks the third consecutive year that Nordea is voted the best corporate bank in the Nordics and the fourth consecutive year with improved satisfaction scores for Nordea. In Denmark, Norway and Finland, Nordea was ranked as number one among its peers.
– I am very proud of what the team has accomplished and the recognition that our corporate customers appreciate the full-service offering of Corporate & Investment Banking across the Nordics. We are also very grateful for the trust our customers show us which is a testament to the strength of our long-term partnership. We will continue to do our utmost to be a value-added long-term partner, and this recognition motivates us to continue to improve and be a strong personal and financial partner for our customers, says Mathias Leijon, Global Co-Head of Nordea Corporate & Investment Banking (C&IB).
In Norway and Denmark, Nordea C&IB was ranked as the best corporate bank, with the highest customer satisfaction scores ever to be recorded in Prospera’s survey history. Also in Finland, Nordea C&IB gained a clear number one spot in the Prospera annual large corporate customer survey for the second year. Nordea C&IB in Sweden came second in the 2019 rankings.
– To earn our customers’ trust and be named the best corporate bank in the Nordics make me very proud. To do it three years in a row is a testament to our value-add across the whole value chain. Being passionate about our customers’ business is what unites us, and I look forward to further developing our corporate offering in 2020 and beyond, says Martin A Persson, Head of Nordea Wholesale Banking.
Since 2016 Nordea has climbed from number five to number one in the Prospera corporate survey.
– The Prospera corporate survey is an important measurement for the corporate banking industry. To be recognised with four Prospera number one awards in a single year has never been achieved before by any bank, says Mathias Leijon.