Meet a few former graduates

Here, we will introduce you to a few of our talented former graduates, who will tell you why they chose to apply for the programme and what it is like being a graduate at Danske Commodities.

Former graduate Isabelle Stein

ISABELLE STEIN

  • Full name: Isabelle Stein
  • Education: Industrial Engineer
  • Employed since: 1 September 2014

Why did you choose to become a DC Graduate?

I saw it as a perfect opportunity to develop and expand my skills, also because of its good support during the programme by a mentor, a buddy, my manager, and the graduate coordinator. Furthermore, I was looking forward to work abroad and in an international and innovative environment.


What is the most inspiring challenge in being a DC Graduate?

To be challenged all the time. You will be challenged within your team, within the organisation and within the program. There is no better way to develop!


What is the culture like at Danske Commodities?

People are ambitious, smart and innovative. We work hard and have fun at the same time. Everyone is helpful and friendly. Questions and new ideas are more than welcome.

Former graduate Tobias Basse

TOBIAS BASSE

  • Full name: Tobias Basse
  • Education: PhD-degree in Cosmology
  • Employed since: 1 September 2014

Why did you choose to become a DC Graduate?

Coming from an untraditional background, the graduate programme represents an excellent opportunity for me to hone my programming skills while acquiring a broad understanding of many aspects of the business. I am confident that an understanding of everyday challenges that my stakeholders face will improve the solutions that I provide.


What is the most inspiring challenge in being a DC Graduate?

I face many new concepts both related to the business and software development. I am constantly challenged to identify opportunities by drawing on my experience from physics both on the abstract and concrete levels.


What is the culture like at Danske Commodities?

The culture at dDanske Commodities is very open and people are enthusiastic. Both formal and informal knowledge sharing is highly encouraged.

Former graduate Kathleen Wagner

KATHLEEN WAGNER

  • Full name: Kathleen Wagner
  • Education: M.Sc. Economics and Business Administration
  • Employed since: 1 September 2014

Why did you choose to become a DC Graduate?

Danske Commodities is known for its great work culture: a young and fast-paced company that empowers their employees to take ownership of their projects. It is a great learning environment and the Graduate Programme gives me the opportunity to have different rotations within dc to get to know the value chain of our services.


What is the most inspiring challenge in being a DC Graduate?

Every day I learn something new. dc lives a hands-on approach where you really ‘learn by doing’.


What is the culture like at Danske Commodities?

Enthusiastic, supportive, and empowering.

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Birgitte Schøler

ANN-SOFIE FRANDSEN 
Junior HR Partner

Get in touch with Ann-Sofie to learn all the ins and outs regarding our Trading Graduate Programme. 

CONTACT

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Ann-Sofie Frandsen

T: +45 5360 0936

E: asf@danskecommodities.com

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