The Nordic Investment Managers Forum is taking place on 26 October in Luxembourg, as a joint venture between firms from the region that are increasingly using the Grand Duchy as a key hub for their ongoing distribution across the region. DNB, Jyske Bank, Sparinvest, Skagen and Danske Invest are participating, along with Luxembourg minister of […]
Fintech provider Vermilion and Denmark’s Jyske Bank have agreed a technology deal that should result in more individualised reporting for high net worth clients, as well as increase the frequency and quality of distributed commentary on funds. Jyske said that as the third biggest Danish bank by market share, it required an improvement in this […]
What do clients ask for from your discretionary portfolios? Some clients are strict in terms of what they accept in portfolios. For example, a family office may use internally manufactured funds, external funds, and ETFs from the selectors also. ETFs are used mainly for tactical exposure. For base portfolios and long portfolios the focus is […]
Denmark’s Jyske Bank talks to equity strategist Steven Grasso about America’s Economic Future.
Finanstilsynet, the Danish FSA, has said that local banks remain strong after the European Banking Authority published the final results of its EU-wide capital exercise.
Jyske Bank has celebrated 25 years of operations in Gibraltar, as part of its international banking operations.
Denmark’s Jyske Bank is seeking to maintain a high rate of growth in its external fund selection activities
Denmark’s Jyske Bank is offering the opportunity to take a ride in its sponsored Lamborghini Aventador at this weekend’s Sportscar Event at the Sjællandsringen circuit (in Danish).
Danish asset manager Jyske Invest has received the approval to market its mutual funds in the Spanish market.
Anders Dam, CEO of Denmark’s third largest bank, has been talking about the challenges facing his organisation and the broader industry in light of ongoing questions over Danish government support measures.
Jyske Bank equity strategist Per Hansen in Denmark said that the global equity return of about 10% so far this year suggests markets may pause for further recovery (in Danish).
Danish regulator Finanstilsynet (Danish FSA) has asked for a police investigation into the activities of three institutions – Jyske Bank, Sparekassen Limfjorden and Vokslev Sparekasse – accusing them of failing to provide proper information on loans and interest rate charges, as required by law.