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New Oslo-based shipping bank opens for business

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Initiators and new investors made it possible to realize the plans to establish a new specialized bank in shipping and offshore, says CEO Halvor Sveen, Maritime & Merchant Bank.


BY OLE ANDERSEN
Published 22.12.16 at 08:57

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