New NIB CEO helped rebuild Estonia - now sets sights on post-pandemic world

"When the economy comes out at the end of the pandemic, the world it faces will have changed. It won't be like in early 2020," says the new CEO of Nordic Investment Bank André Küüsvek. "The patient is still in the hospital," he says of the economy.

André Küüsvek became the new CEO of Nordic Investment Bank in early April. | Photo: NIB: Marjo Koivumäki.

André Küüsvek joined the Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) in April as its new CEO, taking over from Danish Henrik Normann who retired earlier this year.

The 53-year-old Estonian banking heavyweight expects the Baltic and Nordic economies to change dramatically as a result of the pandemic.

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