NIB is an international financial institution owned by the Nordic and Baltic countries. The Bank provides long-term loans on market terms to private and public projects that strengthen competitiveness and enhance the environment. NIB's goal is to recruit and retain personnel that possess the competencies and skills required in order for the Bank to implement its mission. NIB has the highest possible credit rating and acquires the funds for its lending by borrowing on the international capital markets.
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NIB's headquarters are located in Helsinki, Finland. The main working language of the Bank is English. NIB offers job opportunities in an international banking environment and a competitive remuneration package.
Send an open application if you do not want to apply for a specific vacancy. To send an open application, please fill in the electronic recruitment form.
Please note that you have 60 minutes to fill in the form before the session time-out.
How NIB processes your personal data
The personal data you provide will be processed for recruitment purposes. Your data will be kept in confidence and will be dealt with by a limited number of designated persons within NIB. If you apply for a vacant position posted by NIB on NIB's recruitment site, your data will normally be kept for 12 months after finished recruitment for internal follow-up and statistics. If you submit an open application, your data will be processed until further notice.
If you have any questions about NIB's processing of your data, or if you want us to update or erase your data, you are always welcome to contact us at .
Please note that your use of NIB's electronical recruitment tool is subject to our Terms and conditions.
The financial information on the period of January-April 2013 is now available.
17 Jun 2013
NIB has signed a loan agreement with Helgeland Veiutvikling AS to finance a record long road tunnel in Helgeland, northern Norway.
14 Jun 2013
NIB and AB Electrolux have signed a SEK 1 billion (EUR 116 million) loan agreement for financing research and development activities.
13 Jun 2013