Major retrofit overhauls Danske Wealth Management's engine room

In the spring, Danske Wealth Management unit is planning to roll out a new portfolio management system for all its customer categories. The new investment approach is meant to shield client savings from falling markets.

From left: Christian Heiberg, head of Investment Risk & Implementation, Atilla Olesen, head of institutional sales and Charlotte Strunk Hansen, head of Solutions | Photo: Danske Bank Wealth Management PR

Danske Wealth Management was founded in 2016 when Danske Bank consolidated Danske Capital, pension fund Danica and parts of the bank's private banking activities into one unit. And from the outside, everything seems quiet enough.

But on the inside of the huge 2,000-employee organization, things are anything but. In the last two years, Danske Wealth Management has launched new systems that will affect all its customers – from retail to large-scale investors. The system is a new way of constructing portfolios, including a new approach on risk management and allocation of assets.

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