danske bank a/s (DNSKF) Key Developments
Danske Bank to Expand its Services Center in Vilnius
Jul 1 14
Danske Bank plans to expand its services center in Vilnius. The services center, which has been in operation since late 2012, currently employs a workforce of 470.
Danske Bank A/S Closes its Fixed-Income Trading Office in Dublin
Jun 16 14
Danske Bank A/S announced that it is shutting down its fixed-income trading office in Dublin, a move that will result in six employees losing their jobs. The closing is part of a broader restructuring of the bank's global capital markets operations that will see about 15 staff in Dublin lose their jobs. The activity at the Dublin desk, thought to have had up to 15 major clients, is being shifted to the bank's home city of Copenhagen.
Danske Bank A/S Presents at Goldman Sachs European Financials Conference, Jun-12-2014
Jun 2 14
Danske Bank A/S Presents at Goldman Sachs European Financials Conference, Jun-12-2014 . Venue: InterContinental Madrid, Paseo De La Castellana 49, 28046 Madrid, Spain. Speakers: Claus I. Jensen, Chief IR Officer.
Danske Bank A/S to Axe 150 Jobs at Investment Bank's Corporate and Institutions Arm
May 30 14
As part of a bid to cut costs, Danske Bank A/S will axe 150 jobs at its investment bank's corporate and institutions arm. The bank initiated a process to lay off around 75 employees across various geographies and is reducing a similar number of positions by relocating employees within the bank, voluntary exits and not re-staffing open positions. The cuts will affect the lender's fixed income, currencies and commodities, capital markets and transaction banking operations.
Danske Bank Not To Sell Swedish And Norwegian operations
May 9 14
Danske Bank A/S (CPSE:DANSKE) is not selling its Swedish and Norwegian operations, according to Chief Executive Officer, Thomas Borgen. Recent rumours have claimed that several Swedish banks have been queried about their interest in acquiring Danske Bank's Swedish and Norwegian operations.