New financial security index: Danes generally feel financially secure
Danske Bank has conducted a survey of financial security in Denmark and is now releasing a new financial security index. The index shows that Danes generally feel financially secure. This tendency is greatest among older people and lowest among young adults aged 18 to 24. On the other hand, young adults are the most optimistic about their future financial situation.
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Nordic anti-cybercrime collaboration creates interest in the Danish financial sector
With the latest cyberattack “WannaCry” in fresh remembrance, Danske Bank hosted the first cyber security event within the new collaborative forum, Nordic Financial CERT.
The Nordic Financial CERT was established in April 2017 with Nordea, DnB and Danske Bank as founding partners with the aim to identify, defend against and combat cyber risks in the financial sector more efficiently.
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I guess you can say that my journey is a great example of how a career can take unexpected twists. If you asked me 15 years ago my goal was to be an electrician, 10 years ago I wanted to be an electrical engineer – now I work with developing and streamlining banking processes at Danske Bank. What I like about Danske Bank is that if you find something that you can excel at, you get a lot of support and encouragement to pursue that direction to develop professionally.Morten, Senior Consultant
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Financial results – first quarter 2017
Return on equity after tax
DKK 5.5 bn
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The first three months of the year were characterised by high customer activity at all business units, and this resulted in a rise in income, driven in particular by increased activity in the financial markets and increased lending to our customers.Thomas F. Borgen
Chief Executive Officer