Pan-Nordic collaboration opens 35,000 securities to Finnish investors

In the first half of 2019, Finland's Mandatum Life will launch a new online trading service based on the trading technology of Denmark's Saxo Bank.

CEO of Mandatum Life, Petri Niemisvirta | Photo: PR: Mandatum Life

The Helsinki-based investment firm Mandatum Life, which is part of the Sampo Group, is launching a new trading service called Mandatum Trader for Finnish investors in the first six months of next year.

The platform aims to help Finnish investors catch up with neighboring Nordic countries -- which they are currently lagging when it comes to investing, according Mandatum Life's CEO, Petri Niemisvirta.

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