Danske Bank employees in Wealth Management division lack capacity to grow client base

Employees in Danske Bank's Wealth Management division do not have sufficient capacity to take in new clients. Tool integration is lagging and will relieve the pressure, claims CEO.

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Danske Bank has imposed a hiring freeze and focus on costs, which adds pressure onto employees.

The issue was brought up during a group meeting between Chief Executive Officer Chris Vogelzang, Chairman Karsten Dybvad and 155 labor union representatives on October 7, according to a letter to members from labor union group Danske Kreds.

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