Brand ambassador

Henrik Jacobsen

DNB’s brand ambassador programme is an internal initiative whereby DNB employees each year select 100 colleagues to be brand builders. The network of brand ambassadors will help build a culture characterised by employee engagement and customer orientation, while being a driving force of change.

Henrik Jacobsen is one of them. He works as a start-up pilot for entrepreneurial companies.

"If we are to successfully promote innovation and entrepreneurship, we must be innovative ourselves."

Henrik Jacobsen
What do you think is important if DNB is to create long-term value and how can you contribute?

“DNB can offer so much more than banking products, and we have to be innovative about how we can use our position and expertise to help entrepreneurs. As a start-up pilot, I have a fantastic opportunity to put budding entrepreneurs on the right track and perhaps help more of them succeed. At the same time, I can help establish DNB as a reliable partner, one which accompanies both the person and the company through their entire journey.”

Brand ambassador

Jette Granli

DNB’s brand ambassador programme is an internal initiative whereby DNB employees each year select 100 colleagues to be brand builders. The network of brand ambassadors will help build a culture characterised by employee engagement and customer orientation, while being a driving force of change.

Jette Granli, branch host, is one of them.

"My goal is to give each customer such a good experience that he or she would like to stay with DNB.”

Jette Granli
What do you think is important if DNB is to create long-term value and how can you contribute?

“In my role as a branch host, it is important that I see customers as early as possible, analyse their needs and give them a good experience. In addition, it is important that we employees are familiar with and adopt our new digital solutions so that we can also provide good support to customers in this field. It is also important to stay true to the DNB way of working and bring out the best in each other by giving constructive feedback.”

Brand ambassador

Carina Hallgren

DNB’s brand ambassador programme is an internal initiative whereby DNB employees each year select 100 colleagues to be brand builders. The network of brand ambassadors will help build a culture characterised by employee engagement and customer orientation, while being a driving force of change.

Carina Hallgren is one of them. She works as a relationship manager for large corporates in Cash Management Services.

"We who work closely with customers must be able to support them through all the changes."

Carina Hallgren
What do you think is important if DNB is to create long-term value and how can you contribute?

“We live in a time of constant change. For those of us who work closely with the bank’s customers, this means that we must support them, every single day, through changes, challenges and new requirements. Within our organisation, we should take the time to share our knowledge with others. Personally, I would like to contribute towards more cooperation across borders, between countries and areas of expertise, based on respect and mutual interest.”

Brand ambassador

Jørgen Wiklund Kleppe

DNB’s brand ambassador programme is an internal initiative whereby DNB employees each year select 100 colleagues to be brand builders. The network of brand ambassadors will help build a culture characterised by employee engagement and customer orientation, while being a driving force of change.

Jørgen Wiklund Kleppe is one of them. He processes loan applications in real estate.

"Employees across the organisation must be motivated to be innovative and dare to share their ideas."

Jørgen Wiklund Kleppe
What do you think is important if DNB is to create long-term value and how can you contribute?

“The most important thing we can do now is to use the expertise, knowledge and data we already have to develop new and existing solutions to meet customer needs today and in the future. If we are going to succeed with this, we need to get employees across the organisation to challenge today’s DNB, think differently and dare to share their own ideas.”

Brand ambassador

Trung Minh Tran

DNB’s brand ambassador programme is an internal initiative whereby DNB employees each year select 100 colleagues to be brand builders. The network of brand ambassadors will help build a culture characterised by employee engagement and customer orientation, while being a driving force of change.

Trung Minh Tran is one of them. He is head of transformation projects for Lean & Quality.

"We need to break down silos and established processes and integrate innovation in our corporate culture."

Trung Minh Tran
What do you think is important if DNB is to create long-term value and how can you contribute?

“If DNB is to create long-term value, we need to speed up our pace of innovation and our ability to deliver through positive customer experiences. Our contribution is to improve processes and create greater efficiency. With good Lean tools and a structured approach, we can focus on our customers’ journeys and facilitate digitalisation and automation.”

Brand ambassador

Iqra Rizwani

DNB’s brand ambassador programme is an internal initiative whereby DNB employees each year select 100 colleagues to be brand builders. The network of brand ambassadors will help build a culture characterised by employee engagement and customer orientation, while being a driving force of change.

Iqra Rizwani is one of them. She works in HR Job Centre Resources.

"If we manage to capitalise on everyone's knowledge and experience, this will help to create long-term value."

Iqra Rizwani
What do you think is important if DNB is to create long-term value and how can you contribute?

“I think that it will be even more important in the future that DNB continues to be a bank that cares, takes responsibility and initiative, sets direction and is a leader in its field. This means that we will have to invest even more in promoting financial literacy, adaptability, change capacity, innovation and entrepreneurial businesses.”