It says ‘relatively few customers have used the Beijing representative office’
Tag: Danske Bank
Danske Bank International to sell Luxembourg wealth business
The asset deal is the second acquisition by UBP in a week
Danske Bank to pay up to DKK100m to 900 customers
Follows similar incident which saw it reported to the Danish police
Ousted Danske Bank boss sued by 155 institutional investors
Seeking €358m in damages after claiming they were ‘misled as to the true situation of the bank’
Brazilian equity fund tops returns in ESG world
Emerging market equity funds winners when it comes to three-year performance and sustainability
Looking beyond the data
The art of fund selection, says Danske Bank’s Kristina Ganea Bertelsen, is asking the right questions.
Nordic confidence on Japan wavers as yen falls
Japanese equity funds have lost their appeal to Nordic fund selectors because of concerns about the depreciating yen.
We need to prepare for a market correction, says Allan Møller – part 2 of 2
In part two of this interview, Allan Møller explains what he expects his exposure to alternative strategies to do for him, and elaborates on market risks further down the road.
“We need to prepare for a market correction” – Allan Møller, part 1 of 2
Allan Møller, head of fund selection at Danske Capital, tells EIE’s Dylan Emery he is concerned about a market correction. Increasing exposure to alternatives is one way to mitigate the threat, Møller believes.