Handelsbanken nabs DDG of Swedish finserv authority

Jonathan Boyd
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Handelsbanken, the Swedish bank, has hired the deputy director general of the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (Finansinspektionen) as its new chief compliance officer, as part of a brace of key appointments. Martin Noréus will assume his new position by March 2020, at the latest, the bank stated. He previously spent a decade at the Authority. Having resigned to take on his new role, Noréus will be "in quarantine during his six-month notice period," the Authority stated on its website. Karin Lundberg, deputy executive director, will become acting executive director of Banking a...

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