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Nordea Liv wins battle to offer pensions to 380,000 private members

Unio has chosen Nordea Liv as collaboration partner for its 380,000 private pension members. Good digital solutions and focus on sustainability were key, says Nordea Liv CEO Hans-Erik Lind.

Hans-Erik Lind, CEO, Nordea Liv | Photo: Nordea

Nordea and Unio are now collaborating on pensions. The two firms previously had an agreement on banking services, which Nordea offered Unio members, but now, Nordea Liv will be providing pension services for Unio's 380,000 members.

"It was a natural extension of our agreement on the banking side. It is good for us to be able to offer a full-package concept. We can reach an exciting and interesting member group through closer ties to the bank. We are very satisfied," says Hans-Erik Lind, CEO of Nordea Liv in Norway.

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