Danske Bank WM Head laments: I haven't seen anything this bad since 1990

Danske Bank WM experienced positive Q1 developments in Norway, Sweden and Finland, but this was not enough to offset the setback on the Danish market. Head of WM Berit Behring hasn't seen similar financial market developments to Q1 since 1990. At that time, the Swedish economy collapsed and interest rates were 500 percent.

Berit Behring is head of Danske Bank Wealth Management | Photo: PR/Danske Bank/Alexander Donka

CEOs around the world have one thing to say about the corona crisis - that they have "never experienced anything like it".

For head of Danske Wealth Management Berit Behring, however, the story is different.

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