CFO has decided to relocate to the UK and will leave Nordea in 2020

CFO has decided to relocate to the UK and will leave Nordea in 2020
18.09.2019 10:57 am

CFO has decided to relocate to the UK and will leave Nordea in 2020

Banking

Group CFO and Head of Group Finance and Treasury Christopher Rees has decided to relocate back to the UK with his family to pursue new opportunities and will leave Nordea in 2020. A search for a successor has been initiated. Christopher Rees will continue in his role and as a member of Group Executive Management until a successor has been appointed and responsibilities orderly transferred.

Christopher Rees joined Nordea in 2015 in Wholesale Banking where he held several roles including Chief Operating Officer, Head of Markets and Deputy Head of Wholesale Banking. Christopher was appointed as CFO and Head of Group Finance and Treasury in 2018 and has successfully led the Finance and Treasury operations of Nordea and is a valued member of Group Executive Management.

“It has been a pleasure to work with Christopher Rees in Group Executive Management and we will miss him dearly when he leaves in 2020”, says President and CEO Frank Vang-Jensen.    

“The entire Board of Nordea respects Christopher Rees’s decision and thanks him for his leadership, commitment and hard work for Nordea and look forward to working with him until his departure in 2020”, says Torbjörn Magnusson, Chair of the Board. 

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