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7 Mar 2016

Henrik Normann’s term as NIB President extended until March 2020

Henrik Normann and Pentti Pikkarainen
From the left: Henrik Normann, NIB President & CEO, and Pentti Pikkarainen, Chairman of NIB's Board of Directors. Photo: Marjo Koivumäki 

The Board of Directors of the Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) has prolonged the appointment of Henrik Normann (Denmark) as President & CEO of NIB until the end of March 2020.

“The Board of Directors highly appreciates the contributions Henrik Normann has made to NIB’s further development and notes with much satisfaction that he can now follow through the Bank’s ongoing transformation process. The Bank is benefitting from his solid background in commercial banking and strong leadership skills. The Board is delighted that Mr Normann will continue as NIB President”, says Pentti Pikkarainen, Chairman of NIB’s Board of Directors.

NIB is a multilateral financial institution owned by eight member countries: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden. The Bank finances private and public projects in and outside the member countries. NIB has the highest possible credit rating, AAA/Aaa, with the leading rating agencies Standard & Poor's and Moody's.

For further information, please contact

Mr Pentti Pikkarainen, Chairman of the Board of Directors, at +358 295 160 33055,

Mr Henrik Normann, President & CEO, at +358 10 618 001,

 
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