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Danske Bank has been fined €1.8m by the Central Bank of Ireland for three breaches of the Criminal Justice Act 2010.
Identity verification platform Trulioo has acquired HelloFlow, a developer of no-code, drag-and-drop client onboarding, monitoring and digital workflow software.
Two out of three countries fail to tackle corruption effectively, which paints "a grim picture of the state of corruption worldwide", according to Transparency International's latest report.
Danish cybersecurity startup LogPoint has reportedly collected $30m for its Series B, which will support the company’s next growth phase.
Denmark-based Keepit has closed a $30m investment from One Peak, which is allegedly the largest SaaS investment into a bootstrapped company in the Nordics, Crunchbase claims.
Some countries are simply better at creating and using digital defences than others. Now a new study has revealed an official ranking.
The Danske Bank money laundering scandal has taken another turn. The Estonian prosecutor expanded their investigation into transfers worth $2bn that were made through the Danish bank.
Most banks in Denmark will be ready for PSD2 by its implementation date, although the quality of the APIs will be debated – and there are concerns around the readiness for Strong Customer Authentication (SCA), according to Tobias Thygesen director of FinTech, payment services and governance division at Finanstilsynet.