Climate changes, sequirity policies and the role of private and institutional investors was on the top of the agenda when Danske Bank Hosted its first Nordic Corporates & Institutions Summit involving both clients, academic and banking experts - and climate philantropist and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Recap from the summit




4 summit debates moderated by 4 of our experts

1. The new world order: Are we facing a new cold war?

"It's the end of the world as we know it", says Jakob Ekholdt Christensen, Head of International Macro & Emerging Markets, Danske Bank with reference to the significant rise of India and China, the declining influence of Europe, and the renewed tensions between Russia and the West. 

How does that affect Nordic countries and businesses - some of the world's most trade dependant?



2. The future of the EU: More or less integration? 

Brexit, EU Parliament vote and huge economic problems for several members of the eurozone. The EU region is facing major challenges in the near future, and the Nordic corporate and institutional investors will have to deal with a future og either more or less EU integration. Thomas Harr, Global Head of FI&C Research, Danske Bank explains.


3. The role of private investors in addressing climate change

The goals set in the Paris Agreement are ambitious and will affect the infrastructure dramatically, especially the energy, real estate and transporation sectors. As a private investor you need to ask yourself three questions before choosing your future investments, says Samu Slotte, Head of Sustainable Finance in Danske Bank.



4. Navigating climate change

Climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing the modern world, both in terms of societies and companies. A green transformation requires new ways of working, Jeanette Fangel Løgstrup, Head of Group Societal Impact & Sustainability, explains.