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NEWSLETTER / SEPTEMBER 2012

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New organisation to align with new thinking

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Thomas Wrangdahl, new head of Lending: Passionate about it

Mr Wrangdahl, the Swede who recently was appointed NIB’s First Vice-President and Head of Lending, says he is passionate about learning. “It was the opportunity to do something outside business as usual, where the only driver is to earn money. NIB has another aspect to it, obviously its mandate, and that attracts me, both the environmental and the competitiveness part,” he says.

NIB lending organises around industry sectors

The Bank has reorganised its Lending department to strengthen its presence and enhance the service to its clients. The operations are now handled by five industry groups: Financial Intermediaries & SMEs, Energy & Environment, Infrastructure and Telecom, Heavy Industry & Mechanical Engineering, and Consumer Goods & Services.

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NIB streamlines its organisation

Following the restructuring of the Lending department, NIB aligns its organisation with the new thinking. “The key driver for these adjustments is to improve operational efficiency. It is also a step in the process of breaking down the silos,” says NIB President Henrik Normann.

See updated organisation chart

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Business in focus

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Petrozavodsk gets to grips with sewage treatment

The city of Petrozavodsk in Northwest Russia needs comprehensive resonstruction of its sewage treatment plant. NIB and NEFCO participate in an international financial package to the project to decrease environmental risks for Onega, Europe's second largest lake.

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Helsinki university library: combining 30 km of books with spectacular design

One might think libraries belong to the past. The truth is that libraries are living machines to encourage creative thinking. The University of Helsinki believes its new main library, partly financed with a NIB loan, will help it enter the world's top-50.

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Good progress of the St Petersburg Neva Programme

In spring 2009, NIB and a number of other international financiers participated in financing the Neva Programme implemented by the water utility company Vodokanal of St Petersburg. Jan Johansson, Senior Manager, Origination, NIB, gives an account of the implementation.

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Funding news

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Funding highlights  

Monthly updated coverage of NIB's funding operations: funding targets, reports on transactions and graphs.

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Interviews and opinions

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Taking the northbound train. On Nordic-Baltic railway infrastructure

“Railway infrastructure planners need to stop staring themselves blind on national borders, and start to see the big picture,” says Oddgeir Danielsen, Director of the Nordic Dimension Partnership on Transport and Logistics (NDPTL) in this interview with the NIB Newsletter.

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Agreed loans

1 Aug 2012

Växjö Energi AB 

25 Jul 2012

Sparebank 1 SMN

16 Jul 2012

Ericsson 

9 Jul 2012

Petrozavodsk Communal Utilities Systems 

9 Jul 2012

City of Vilnius

4 Jul 2012

Region Skåne

29 Jun 2012

Ringkjøbing Landbobank A/S

25 Jun 2012

NCC Treasury AB

25 Jun 2012

Greenland Self Rule Government

25 Jun 2012

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Publications and events

11 Oct 2012

Publication of 8-month financial results

30 Oct –
1 Nov 2012

NIB participates in the exhibition during the Nordic Council’s 64th Session in Helsinki

Oct 2012

Customer magazine, The NIB Bulletin 2012, comes out

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