FX Week has for the fourth time in a row named Danske Bank the number one provider of Scandinavian currencies on a global scale.
When industry publication FX Week [later today] hosts its annual FX awards show in London, Danske Bank will be present, accepting the prize for ‘Best Bank for Scandinavian Currencies.’ This honour will be awarded to the bank for the fourth time in a row.
Global Head of Currencies, Niklas Karlsson comments:
“We are absolutely delighted about receiving this sign of recognition, since it is our trusted customers and partners who have cast in their votes. We will continue to do our utmost to live up to the trust expressed in us, given that we are never stronger than our customers’ evaluation of us.”
FX landscape undergoing rapid change
The FX Industry – both trading and client execution – is undergoing profound changes these years, with digitalisation and regulation being key drivers. This is also why Danske Bank is looking towards enhancing its electronic offering.
“With new entrants entering the market space and customers’ expectations going towards automated and on-the-move possibilities 24/7, we must sustain raising the bar. We are investing in further digitalisation of our markets engine and client offering, allowing for more self-service and ultimately a fully digitised platform. We look forward to keep delivering on these areas,” Niklas says.
Danske Bank has previously won the prize in 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
The FX Award in brief
The FX award assessment is based on a survey open to foreign exchange end-users globally, such as dealers, brokers and corporations. They comment and rate on a variety of criteria, including pricing, speed of execution and reliability.