Nordics have sound fundamentals to deal with crisis, says NIB CEO

The Nordic Investment Bank is looking at how it could get involved with more complex sustainable finance projects in the future, like helping dirty industries to change their business, CEO Henrik Normann says to AMWatch.

Henrik Normann, CEO, Nordic Investment Bank. | Photo: PR / NIB

Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) is looking at ways to engage in more challenging sustainable finance projects in order to improve its work in ESG. According to CEO Henrik Normann, the bank will also have to look at more demanding projects like helping dirty industries transfer their businesses to other areas in order to take the next step in ESG.

“We are now reasonably good at green investments, but if we just continue financing wind power, aren’t we doing just the easy things?” Normann asks in an interview with AMWatch.

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