An overview of commercial Nordic banks
A list consisting of Nordic banks with in-depth information on the most prominent Banks of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland. There are roughly about 400-500 bank in the Nordic region. Most of these banks are very small and operate only at the regional level. Our list include Commercial Banks, Savings Banks, Investment, Members-banking and other banking companies based in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland or Iceland. Foreign branches are, however, excluded from listing.
The big four Swedish Top banks
Nordea AB is a Nordic banking and financial group, established in 2000. Earlier, the Swedish government's holding in the bank, but now it is an independent listed company. Nordea is the Largest Bank in Sweden.
Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB, abbreviated SEB is a North European financial group with headquarters in the heart of the Swedish capital Stockholm. SEB mediates banking services to both businesses and individuals.
Swedbank's history dates back to 1997 when its predecessor Föreningssparbanken was formed. today Swedbank conducts banking predominantly in the Nordic countries and the Baltic States.
SHandelsbanken is one of the most prominent companies in Sweden and one of the most influential banks in the Nordic region. The company's origin dates back to the 1871.
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The Banking Pride of Norway
DNB, Norway's largest bank and is one of the world's leading shipping banks and a major player in the energy sector. The Bank has a variety of clients both within and outside of Norway.
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Denmark Top Banks
Danske Bank is an influential Scandinavian finance company and Denmark's largest bank. Danske Bank offers all types of financial services for both personal and business purposes.
Jyske Bank is Denmark's third largest bank. The Bank's principal activity is within the borders of Denmark, but Jyske Bank has subsidiaries in France, Germany, Gibraltar, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and United Kingdom.