On home ground in a dynamic industry full of opportunities
Nina Maja Tolstrup Pryds is a proactive initiator with big ambitions. She greatly values the financial sector’s focus on development and learning. Professional and social sparring makes it easier to be new to the industry, according to the 29-year-old business administration graduate who works at Nykredit.
It’s about the right to be yourself
Finansforbundet is Community Supporter at Copenhagen 2021 and will be participating in WorldPride Walk on Saturday 21 August in Copenhagen. ‘Diversity and inclusion are part of our political programme. Therefore, it is natural for us to support WorldPride,’ says Steen Lund Olsen, Vice-President of Finansforbundet.
A collective agreement in the fintech area is an important step towards the future
It took vision, investment and long strategic manoeuvring to finalise the collective agreement that the union entered into with Arbejdsgiverforeningen for fintech. According to president Kent Petersen, the agreement is one of Finansforbundet’s (Financial Services Union Denmark) most important achievements for many years.
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Career and culture
Network for International Members (NIM)
A network for internationally-oriented, English-speaking employees working in the financial sector. You will be part of a network with like-minded people who, like you, are looking for social and professional sparring to promote success in their work life.
Working smoothly with your Danish colleagues
Working with Danes has so many advantages, but it can also be tricky for internationals. Danish bosses provide less guidance - and less supervision! - than bosses in many other working cultures. You're often expected to take the initiative and innovate on your own, but also openly admit to mistakes when you've made them. And in Denmark, it's acceptable to politely disagree with your boss.
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The more financial employees who are members of the Financial Services Union, the stronger we stand. That's why we have a recruitment campaign where you will receive a super gift certificate, whenever you help us get a new paying member.Member get member