NIB Nordic Investment Bank

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President

NIB's President is responsible for the conduct of the current operations of the Bank. The President is appointed by the Board of Directors for a term of five years at a time. In accordance with its delegation powers, the Board of Directors has authorised the President to make certain lending decisions and carry out borrowing and associated treasury activities. The President is assisted in his work by the Executive Committee, the Asset and Liability Committee, the Credit Committee, the Finance Committee and the ICT Council.

Henrik Normann. Photo: Marjo KoivumäkiHenrik Normann
NIB President and CEO since 2012

Henrik Normann (Denmark) took up his position as President and Chief Executive Officer of NIB on 1 April 2012. He holds a Master of Arts degree in History and Political Science from Copenhagen University. He succeeds Johnny Åkerholm (Finland), who has been President and CEO of NIB since April 2005.

Before joining NIB, Mr Normann has worked as a Managing Director of Danske Markets, the investment banking arm of the Danske Bank Group. He has held various management positions within the Danske Bank and also been a member of its Executive Committee.

Mr Normann's CV can be obtained by contacting NIB's Communications Unit.

 
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NIB’s Governors approve 2016 annual results

At its annual meeting, the Nordic Investment Bank’s Board of Governors approved the Bank’s annual accounts for 2016 and the payment of EUR 55 million as dividends to the member countries.

30 May 2017

Watch full video from NIB's anniversary seminar

A full two-hour video from NIB's 40th anniversary event is now available online. Watch the speeches and keynote by Professor Mariana Mazzucato.

4 Nov 2016

NIB anniversary seminar hosts debate on public financing

NIB's event, held on 2 November in Copenhagen, hosted a lively debate on future avenues of public financing in the region.

2 Nov 2016


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