Nordnet CEO sees "hyper-growth" in Denmark and Norway

The Nordic savings platform made a comeback on the Stockholm stock exchange at the end of 2020. Its growth focus since has resulted in a clear position as number one in Sweden's neighboring countries, according to its CEO.

Lars-Åke Norling, Nordent CEO | Photo: PR/Nordnet

Savings platform Nordnet has increased its customer base from 1.1 million to 1.5 million across the Nordics in one year, financial daily Dagens Industri writes. This is also the year that the online platform made a comeback on the Stockholm stock exchange, after three years outside of the public markets.

It was de-listed in 2017 as new owners Nordic Capital and Öhman wanted to invest in new technology and modernize, a process they deemed it was more suitable to do outside of the stock market's focus on quarterly reports.

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