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Nordic Outlook - June 2019

The global and especially the European economies have weakened since the middle of 2018, with serious headwinds for German manufacturing and lots of political uncertainty over a trade war, Brexit and the ongoing budget crisis in Italy. So far, the Nordic economies have been remarkably resilient, with continued decent GDP growth and quite strong export performances, but what will happen moving forward?
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Prospera: Danske Bank AM awarded best asset manager in Denmark

Danske Bank Asset Management has been named the best asset manager in Denmark in 2019 by Prospera. 
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New financing principles promote greener global shipping

Danske Bank and other leading international banks will for the first time integrate climate considerations into lending decisions to incentivize maritime shipping’s decarbonization.
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Denmark’s Democratic Festival 2019: Danske Bank’s management answers questions from the audience

On Friday morning June 14, the Chairman of Danske Bank’s Board of Directors, Karsten Dybvad, and our new CEO, Chris Vogelzang, kickstarted Danske Bank’s own programme at the festival (in Danish Folkemøde) in an interview with Natasja Crone and they also took questions from the audience.
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Big Picture: Renewed trade dispute casts shadow over global economy

Re-escalation of the trade war between China and the US and weakening market confidence is weighing on the global economic outlook - that's one way to sum up the new macro economic “The Big Picture” report from Danske Bank.
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New report helps startups find the right price for a team

In The Nordic Startup Salary Survey 2018 , Danske Bank and Arkwright X have charted pay levels within Nordic startups. The objective of the survey is to help founders, executives and employees find a mutually agreeable and attractive price for a career.
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New Quarterly House View: Equities will survive the ongoing trade war

One single tweet from Donald Trump has affected the stock markets enormously since May 2019. The president’s tweet ended a period of harmony on the financial markets to uncertainty. In our new Quarterly House View Report Senior Strategist Lars Skovgaard Andersen analyzes the months to come.  
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Cyber attacks widespread - SMEs need to protect themselves better

Even though more than 25% of Danish SMEs have experienced cyberattacks, one third of them do not have plans for how to protect themselves against attacks.

Two types of fraud are becoming increasingly widespread.
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Study: children in Nordic countries receive a monthly average of DKK 180 in pocket money

Three out of four parents in the Nordic countries give pocket money to their children aged 8-14, with each child receiving an average of just over DKK 180 per month. These are the findings of a study into pocket money carried out on behalf of Danske Bank by data analytics firm YouGov. The study was conducted across the Nordic region and was based on responses from more than 2,600 parents.
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Danske Bolig Fri loan popular with families with children - now it is possible to lock in the interest rate

Danske Bank now offers Danish home owners a new possibility of protecting themselves against the risk of their loan becoming more expensive. Today, we are launching a Danske Bolig Fri loan with the option of locking in the interest rate for one to ten years. The loan is a competitive alternative or supplement to mortgage loans.
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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.

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The Danish FSA

The latest statements, decisions and supervisory reactions from the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority.  

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