Danske Bank takes investment robot to Sweden in pursuit of new customers

Danske Bank's investment app June has now amassed 25,000 customers in Denmark, and now the bank will turn to Sweden where growth is on the rise.

Danske Bank has launched June in the Swedish market. The bank's robot investment solution is to help capture more Swedish customers in a market with fierce competition, says product manager Jakob Beck Thomsen.

Danske Bank has reached 25,000 June customers in Denmark since its launch in May 2017. And although it is commonly known that Swedes are more inclined to invest in equities on their own than Danes are, there are still great expectations to the entry in the Swedish market.

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