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Danske Bank supports Google training initiative giving businesses a digital boost

Digitalisation is taking place all around us – and it is happening at a rapid pace. For this reason, we are giving our support to the Google Success Online Tour, which until 8 October 2019 will be rolling into town centres across Denmark to boost the digital competencies of all those who pay the tour a visit.

"Equipping the people of Denmark with what they need for a digital future is a key priority for Google. And I’m very impressed with the level of enthusiasm to acquire new skills that we’re seeing", says Malou Aamund, Country Director for Google Denmark.
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Optimism high among Danish online businesses

Retail businesses are under pressure, but the number of businesses that use the Internet as their primary sales channel is increasing - in fact the number of online businesses has more than doubled since 2000, says our private economist Louise Aggerstrøm Hansen.   
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The self-employed enjoy their work more, but everything is not sunshine and roses

"A full 39 per cent of those who are self-employed have no desire to change their work life. For the population in general, that number is only 11 per cent", says private economist Louise Aggerstrøm Hansen. On the other hand, almost half of those self-employed fear that their business will go down if they fall ill. This is the conclusion of a survey published by Danske Bank in its 2019 report on the financial confidence of people in Denmark.
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Fintech that is rethinking expense reporting expands cooperation with us 

Say bye bye to crumpled receipts, vouchers that have gone missing and the hassles of personal outlays. Fintech Pleo offers a business solution that automates expense reporting via intelligent software and a corporate card, and now they are expanding their cooperation with Danske Bank.
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New Quarterly House View: Bumpy road ahead

Accommodative monetary policy and solid consumption are lifelines for the global economy and investors now that the trade war has escalated. While we continue to see a potential in equities, bonds play an essential role in portfolios at the moment. That’s what senior strategist Lars Skovgaard Andersen and his team of analysts conclude in their recent Quarterly House View report.
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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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Apple Pay now available to Danske Bank customers

Danske Bank customers will now be able to use Apple Pay – an easy and secure way to pay. With Apple Pay on iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad and Mac, customers can make fast and convenient purchases in shops accepting contactless cards, in apps and on websites. 
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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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People in Denmark are the most financially confident in the Nordics 

Financial confidence is higher in Denmark than in the other Nordic countries, and despite uncertainty about developments in the global economy, overall confidence is up on last year. This is the conclusion of a report on financial confidence published by Danske Bank.
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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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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 latest statements, decisions and supervisory reactions from the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority.  

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