Nordic Investment 2013
COPENHAGEN - Two weeks into his new job as head of Danske Bank , Thomas Borgen is confident he can repair the bank's bruised image and revive returns for shareholders through keeping costs down, being more efficient and by sheer hard work.
COPENHAGEN - The Danish economy is picking up more speed than expected, albeit from a low level, and the government will not add fresh stimulus, Minister for Economic and Interior Affairs Margrethe Vestager told Reuters.
OSLO - Norway's economic competitiveness is under threat so next year's budget must be tight even though oil revenues could allow the government to stimulate growth, Finance Minister Sigbjoern Johnsen said on Wednesday.
COPENHAGEN - Maersk Line, the world's biggest container shipping company, sees no quick fix for overcapacity in the industry that it says will continue for at least five years.
STOCKHOLM - Sweden's financial watchdog, one of Europe's toughest regulators, said on Wednesday it would probably opt to push home-owners to pay down their mortgages if it had to do more to restrain housing debt.
HELSINKI - Companies are once more seeking to list on Helsinki's stock exchange after a dearth of initial public offerings (IPOs) in recent years, as new banking regulations make it harder for them to borrow funds, the president of Nasdaq OMX Helsinki said.
COPENHAGEN - BlackRock Inc , the world's largest money manager, predicts that Nordic countries will lead the way as investment in exchange-traded funds (ETFs) achieves unstoppable growth over the next few years.
OSLO - Fast-growing internet software maker Opera is neither seeking a buyer nor is it in the market for any big acquisitions, Chief Executive Lars Boilesen told the Reuters Nordic Investment Summit on Tuesday.
HELSINKI - Finnish pension fund Ilmarinen plans to cut the proportion of its equities portfolio it invests in domestic companies over the next 10 years so it can shift more into emerging markets, its chief investment officer said.
OSLO - Budget carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle said its grounded Boeing Dreamliner could return to short haul service as soon as this week and is so confident in the plane it will probably order more.
COPENHAGEN - Danish mining equipment maker FLSmidth & Co expects the current decline in demand to continue this year and next, although at a slower pace, as the world's mining companies hold back on spending. | Video
|Euro Zone 2014||Feb 10 - 13||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Japan Investment 2014||Mar 17 - 19||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|ASEAN 2014||Mar 24 - 28||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Health Summit 2014||Apr 1 - 2||Health|
|Africa Investment 2014||Apr 7 - 11||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Financial Regulation 2014||Apr 28 - May 1||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Latin American Investment 2014||May 12 - 15||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Global Wealth Management 2014||Jun 16 - 18||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Aerospace and Defense 2014||Sep 8 - 11||Aerospace/Defense|
|Russia Investment 2014||Sep 22 - 24||Financial Services/Exchanges|
|Eastern Europe Investment 2014||Sep 29 - Oct 1||Financial Services / Exchanges|
|China 2014||Oct 27 - 29||Financial Services / Exchanges|
|Global Investment Outlook 2014||Nov 17 - 20||Financial Services/Exchanges|