Nordic risk



The introduction of the euro – or, in some cases, the rejection of Europe’s single currency project – has brought fundamental change to the way that institutions in the Nordic region manage risk.

Cross-border bank mergers have created firms seeking to use their long-standing knowledge of clients within the region to maintain market share, but also to push their expertise into new markets. By the same token, derivatives houses based outside the Nordic region have seen an opportunity to make a

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