New programme to help 10 Nordic start-ups
On 11 October 2018, Danske Bank kick-started a 10-week training programme for 10 specifically selected Nordic start-ups. The aim is to help them fine-tune their business plan and increase their growth opportunities.
The common characteristic of the 10 selected impact start-ups is that their products are designed to help solve environmental or social issues.
News from Danske Bank
17 Oct 2018Update regarding appointment of new chief executive
12 Oct 2018New Accelerator programme for sustainable businesses to help 10 Nordic start-ups
10 Oct 2018Strong american earnings ahead – but don’t count your chickens yet
8 Oct 2018Danske Bank share-buy back: Transactions in week 40
4 Oct 2018Danske Bank is in dialogue with the US authorities regarding the Estonia case
Danske Bank is testing new wearable payment solution
FastPay is Danske Bank’s new payment solution that lets you wear your payment chip in a wristband, on a keyring or on your watchstrap so that you can make contactless payments without having to reach for your card.
From October thousands of our customers in Denmark, Norway and Sweden will be testing a new payment solution – FastPay – which quite simply consists of a payment chip with an in-built antenna that can be placed wherever you want.
Investigations of Danske Bank's branch in Estonia
As part of facilitating the transition to a low carbon economy, Danske Bank has signed Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures
Read more about TCFD
The climate agenda is extremely important, and the financial sector has a significant role to play to support the transition towards a zero carbon economy. By supporting the recommendations of Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) we are committing to integrate climate considerations into our governance, strategy, risk management, metrics as well as our external reporting.Jeanette Fangel Løgstrup
Head of Societal Impact and Sustainability, Danske Bank