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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