Since January 2021, foreign workers in Denmark have been required to have a Danish bank account. Some say the requirement is an obstacle to international recruitment. Photo: Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen / Reuters / Ritzau Scanpix
Current Danish rules require many people who come to Denmark to work to open Danish bank accounts in order to receive their salary, including for some shorter postings. Business interests claim a 2021 requirement for foreign workers to have a Danish bank account presents unnecessary obstacles to international recruitment.