On my terms! Beware bankers…

There used to be a day when applying for a mortgage was dead-on nerve-wrecking. The tighten-up, 50-something banker in a dark dress looked over the desk at the diminishing applicant with the eyes of a head-principal. No? Yes? No? Maybe. The sound of paper. The keyboard. A claustrophobic room.

If the computer said yes, you’re in heaven. Dreams will become true (as soon as stacks of papers difficult to understand has been processed and signed). If the computer said no…

A great reason for growth – an insider account on Vattenfall’s business expansion

At a closed meeting, the Prime Minister Göran Persson simply put his finger in the air and estimated the future cost of replacing the ten Swedish nuclear power stations to be €100 bn. Today, 15 years later that estimation of cost for electricity produced still holds, regardless if it will be nuclear, hydropower, wind power or any other combination of electricity production that will replace current Swedish nuclear power stations.