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Video: Danske Bank joins the Pride Parade

Last week, Copenhagen Pride Week culminated with a parade through Copenhagen on 17 August. Around 300 employees and managers from Danske Bank participated with the slogan ‘Free to be Me’ to celebrate diversity and love.

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Danish businesses are saying goodbye to cash

More and more payments are being made electronically, and the day is approaching when cash will no longer change hands over shop counters. According to a survey conducted by Epinion for Danske Bank, three out of four small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Denmark believe that, for them, cash will be a thing of the past in five years.
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Electric vehicles have hit the investor sweet spot

COLUMN: Lars Skovgaard Andersen, investment strategist with Danske Bank, sees attractive return potential in electric vehicles. Public support is essential for the success of any new technology, because such support tends to influence politicians who, in turn, secure attractive conditions, facilitating the manufacture of the product and bringing it to market. And currently, EVs are enjoying a sweet spot backed by broad popular focus on the environment and climate change.
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Climate: New report to boost contribution of Nordic Impact Start-ups    

Denmark’s new government has set an ambitious climate target of reducing CO2 by 70% before the year 2030. Nordic Impact Start-ups that are working to make the world a better place can contribute to achieving this goal, and a new report from Danske Bank shows that the number of these enterprises has doubled over the course of the past year.  
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New findings: Young men are the biggest users of payday loans

New numbers show, that 63 % of payday loans among young people between the ages of 18 and 29 are taken out by men - and according to private economist in Danske Bank, Louise Aggerstrøm Hansen, that can be the beginning of a downward financial spiral. 
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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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Big Picture: Trade dispute casts shadow over global economy

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 macro economic “The Big Picture” report from Danske Bank.
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Making a difference to society with new voluntary-work initiative

Earlier this year, Danske Bank launched Time to Give – a new programme that gives employees in all countries the opportunity to spend one workday per year carrying out voluntary work. Zivile Maldeikyte, who is working with communication in Danske Bank in Lithuania, is recording audiobooks for blind and partially sighted people.    
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Exploitation of children for financial crime

Criminals wanting to hide the source of their income change methods all the time.
Now Linus Fugl, Head of Transaction Services at Danske Bank, warns that children as young as 12 are being used as mules and tricked into laundering money.
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Sustainability: Inspiration from H&M to us and our largest customers

Swedish retail giant H&M has been garnering awards for its sustainability initiatives, and it is ranked number 11 out of 500 companies in Newsweek’s Green Ranking, which surveys and evaluates how good companies are at integrating sustainability into their business. This was one of the factors behind H&M’s attendance at a conference recently held for our Corporates & Institutions customers.
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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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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.

About Danske Bank

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Societal Impact

We want to play an active role and make a positive impact in society by driving sustainable progress and using our expertise to make a positive difference.
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At Danske Bank, our employees support and share ambitions of our customers and the communities we are a part of.
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The Danish FSA

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

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