Nordea Bank tightens risk compliance with executive management changes

Jonathan Boyd
Nordea Bank tightens risk compliance with executive management changes

Nordea Bank has announced that two roles in its group executive management will change as it continues to bed in organisational changes to strengthen its response to regulatory requirements. The changes, which take effect on 1 January 2019, mean that risk management units in the group's different business areas will be consolidated into a new unit - Group Business Risk Management - which will be headed by Julie Galbo, former chief risk officer. The new unit will include Group Credit Risk M...

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Jonathan Boyd

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