Nordea loses global private banking chief

Thorben Sander, Nordea's Head of Private Banking, has decided to quit the Nordic financial group and look for new opportunities. The firm is bringing its Finnish private banking head in to fill his shoes until a permanent replacement is found.

Thorben Sander steps down as Head of Private Banking | Photo: Nordea PR

Thorben Sander, Nordea’s global Head of Private Banking, has chosen to step down from the international role -- and has already done his final day at the bank, he tells FinansWatch.

"I have been with the bank for 24 years, and I have had great experiences with customers and colleagues, but now it’s time to think about what I want to do with the next phase of my life", says the 45-year-old, and stresses that the decision is his own.

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