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Danske Bank strengthening its IT platform to accelerate the development of tomorrow’s innovative solutions

First, we transformed our approach to development – from hierarchical departments to dynamic units with a mandate to decide how we deliver the best customer solutions. Now, we want to ensure our IT platform is fully up to speed. Greater use of APIs, cloud technology and better use of data are among the methods employed.
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First quarter of 2022

Solid start to the year driven by progress and resilience in our core banking business as well as strong credit quality amid challenging circumstances.

Net profit of DKK 2.8 billion for the first quarter of 2022.

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Nordic Outlook: highly uncertain times

After strong post-covid-19 recoveries, the Nordic economies were faced with slowing growth outlooks even before the Russian invasion of Ukraine. With high uncertainty and soaring commodity prices, this outlook has only become more manifest, writes Danske Bank’s macroeconomist in a new Nordic Outlook analysis.
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Big Picture: greatest geopolitical crisis in a lifetime erodes disposable incomes

With rates of inflation hitting eight or nine percent in coming months, European consumers are set for the biggest erosion of disposable incomes in decades. But a Euro area recession is not a foregone conclusions, writes Danske Bank’s team of macroeconomists in a new Big Picture analysis of the economic consequences of the war in Ukraine.
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Projects financed by green loans save the planet one million tonnes of CO2

In 2021, projects funded by green loans from Danske Bank and Realkredit Danmark have saved the atmosphere from CO2 emissions equivalent to 4 million flights from Copenhagen to Paris.
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The war in Ukraine: What we do at Danske Bank

Danske Bank is following the tragic situation in Ukraine closely, and our thoughts are with all those affected by the war in Ukraine.

We support our customers with advice and ongoing expertise related to our customers’ activities and finances, and we naturally comply with the sanctions imposed by the UN, the EU and the UK, as well as US sanctions. In addition, Danske Bank has taken a number of other initiatives.
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New network will promote equal opportunities for everyone at Danske Bank

An internal survey from 2021 shows that a large majority believe that Danske Bank is an inclusive workplace, but there is still plenty to be done to ensure equal opportunities for all. Four women at markets & Transaction Banking have set up a new network that will offer support, advice and inspiration.
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Danske Bank helps researchers reach milestone within it-security

Leading researchers from DTU (Denmark's Technical University) have for the first time successfully taken quantum communication out of the lab and used it to securely transfer data at Danske Bank. This is a breakthrough in both the development of digital communication and the race against cyber criminals, experts say.
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Remediating legacy issues

In our efforts to become a better bank, we have systematically improved our compliance, risk and control capabilities and processes. As a result, a number of legacy issues have been identified. We are committed to rectifying them and ensuring that any customer who has suffered a loss due to our errors receives compensation.

The Danish FSA

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

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