Resurs Bank is expanding its product portfolio by offering mortgages through a collaboration with Skandia. The focus of the partnership will be to offer Swedish consumers green loans for sustainable investments in the home.
Interest in green investments in the home that can reduce energy consumption and help people balance their personal finances, such as solar panels and heat pumps, is bigger than ever. Resurs wants to be able to offer consumers loans that are both simple and flexible, targeted specifically at green investments, and the new mortgage brokering partnership with Skandia helps it do just that.
Resurs will act as an intermediary and offer mortgage loans from Skandia through its newly acquired platform. In addition to mortgages, Resurs offers its own favourable unsecured consumer loans.
- We are very excited to partner up with Skandia. By now offering both green consumer loans and expanding to mortgages, more people will be able to find a loan that suits them, and we believe that this will lead to more people being able to act sustainably, says Alexander Burman, CCO, Nordic Consumer Loans, Resurs Bank.
- We share Resurs’ ambition to contribute to a more sustainable society. By offering simple and transparent mortgages, we can help give more people the opportunity to make green investments in the home, which is positive both for consumers and for the climate, says Johanna Cerwall, VD Skandia.
Alexander Burman, CCO, Nordic Consumer Loans, Resurs Bank, +46 706 108 268, email@example.com
Jonatan Ohlin, press officer Skandia, +46 730 327 443, firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT RESURS BANK
Resurs is a leading bank in the Nordics with a simple philosophy: we want to create balance in people’s personal finances. On that foundation, we develop offers and services within loans, savings and payments for retail and e-commerce that are based on people’s everyday lives, and that will create long-term value for our customers. And for society. Today, we have a customer base of slightly more than 6 million customers and 591 employees in the Nordic region.