Annual general meeting
It is now possible to read the agenda, request for admission cards and vote either by correspondence or by proxy.
News from Danske Bank
21 Feb 2019Annual general meeting of Danske Bank 2019
21 Feb 2019Danske Bank in dialogue with US securities industry regulator
20 Feb 2019Danish export continues to impress
19 Feb 2019Danske Bank closes down its banking activities in the Baltics and in Russia
18 Feb 2019Data breaches from webshops result in large numbers of card fraud cases
Danish export continues to impress
Despite the US-Chinese trade war, global Danish trading expanded in 2018. Danish export has grown over 200 % over the last 30 years, Danske Bank economist Bjørn Tangaa Sillemann explains.
He continues: "Denmark has a long and proud tradition for international trading. The overall Danish foreign trade – imports and exports put together – is huge and the actually exceeds the Danish total GDP".
Investigations of Danske Bank's branch in Estonia
In September 2017, Danske Bank launched thorough investigations into its branch in Estonia on the basis of suspicions that the branch was used to launder many billion kroner in the period from 2007 to 2015. On this site, you can read facts about the investigations, watch a webcast of the press conference, download the report and get a timeline of events.
Data breaches from webshops result in large numbers of card fraud cases
Rather, the reason is often that consumers used their card in a webshop that is subsequently hacked or which in some other way leaks data such as card information. As a bank, we have taken a number of steps to protect customers.
Growing optimism in Danish small and mid-size companies
New Danske Bank report done by analysts at Epinion shows that optimism is growing among Danish companies of smaller size.
The report covers 900 decision makers in companies sized 2-249 employees and Head of Business Banking in Denmark, Niels Bang Hansen says: "This report confirms what’s also our impression during daily meetings with our business banking clients".
5 questions for 2019 that investors need answers to
Financial markets have been very volatile in recent years, leading to several periods with considerable equity market sell-offs. However, beneath the volatile surface the global economy is doing quite well, and corporate earnings remain robust. According to Lars Skovgaard Andersen, developments in the equity markets will depend more or less on how 5 issues play out.
First litter of start-ups have graduated from our +impact accelerator
Now the first litter of startups have graduated from the +impact accelerator. One of the start-ups is Everfells, that is building a sustainable travel platform.
Danske Bank and Nets sign new five-year Dankort agreement
This means that Danske Bank’s customers will still be able to use the Dankort card for payments as they do today. Furthermore, the parties will cooperate to develop the payment infrastructure in Denmark.
Retail businesses under pressure
The analysis is based on the biggest 300 corporations in the Nordic retail industry and on the development in financial results among certain parts of the industry from 2013-2017.