“My father was a bank adviser – and he was always so happy when he came home from work. I have grown up with the notion that if you work in a bank, you are really happy!” she says.
University, with its vast amount of self-study, didn’t appeal to her at all. So, as soon as she could, young Stine followed her father’s – and older brother’s – footsteps and got a traineeship at Danske Bank.
“Our mother might just be a tad tired of us discussing banking at family dinners!” she says with a smile.