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Physical consequences and financial costs of accidents

Energistyrelsen | Published May 23, 2016  -  Deadline June 15, 2016
cpvs
90700000

Preparation of a report regarding the physical consequences and financial costs of accidents within the business of extraction of oil, gas and geothermal energy in the Danish subsoil

Contract on access to macroeconomic and financial data.

Danmarks Nationalbank | Published July 4, 2015
Winner
Macrobond Financial AB
cpvs
72300000, 72319000, 72321000

Nationalbanken wants to purchase licenses to a software program from which Nationalbanken can access a wide range of macroeconomic and financial data. The software program shall provide macroeconomic and financial data from national statistical bureaux, international statistical providers and from a wide range of markets. It shall be possible to download, manage, analyse and share data between licensees in a clear and easy way. Nationalbanken also expects to have the possibility to share data internally in Nationalbanken. The software program shall as a minimum be able to do basic statistical operations. For the time being, Nationalbanken requires approximately 20 licenses to the software program and data. The data will be used for macroeconomic and financial analyses, and will be used in tables and figures of internal and external publications. Thus, Nationalbanken shall be entitled to use data for publication in graphs, figures and tables and possibly give the reader access to data in the published graphs, figures and tables. Examples of macroeconomic data are: — Economic Time Series (GDP, price development, balance of payments, labour market statistics, survey and forecast data, public finances), — Oil and commodity prices and futures, — Forecasts data of international organizations etc. — PMI indices Examples of financial data are: — Money market interest rates: Secured and unsecured rates and, preferably both traded rates and fixings. By maturity and country / region. — FX swap points — Government bond yields and prices: Benchmark bonds. Broken down by maturities and countries. — Mortgage Interest: by type (maturity and interest), preferably also from the Association of Danish Mortgage Banks. — Currency rates — Policy rates: Distributed by countries / regions — Preferably MFI statistics by country — Stock Indices: Country distribution and other relevant distinctions. — Central banks' balance sheets: For countries / regions. For DK: net position, interventions, etc.

Contract on access to macroeconomic and financial data.

Danmarks Nationalbank | Published February 11, 2015  -  Deadline March 10, 2015
cpvs
72300000, 72319000, 72321000

Nationalbanken wants to purchase licenses to a software program from which Nationalbanken can access a wide range of macroeconomic and financial data. The software program shall provide macroeconomic and financial data from national statistical bureaux, international statistical providers and from a wide range of markets. It shall be possible to download, manage, analyse and share data between licensees in a clear and easy way. Nationalbanken also expects to have the possibility to share data internally in Nationalbanken. The software program shall as a minimum be able to do basic statistical operations. For the time being, Nationalbanken requires approximately 20 licenses to the software program and data. The data will be used for macroeconomic and financial analyses, and will be used in tables and figures of internal and external publications. Thus, Nationalbanken shall be entitled to use data for publication in graphs, figures and tables and possibly give the reader access to data in the published graphs, figures and tables. Examples of macroeconomic data are: — Economic Time Series (GDP, price development, balance of payments, labour market statistics, survey and forecast data, public finances), — Oil and commodity prices and futures, — Forecasts data of international organizations etc., — PMI indices. Examples of financial data are: — Money market interest rates: Secured and unsecured rates and, preferably both traded rates and fixings. By maturity and country/region, — FX swap points, — Government bond yields and prices: Benchmark bonds. Broken down by maturities and countries, — Mortgage Interest: by type (maturity and interest), preferably also from the Association of Danish Mortgage Banks, — Currency rates, — Policy rates: Distributed by countries/regions, — Preferably MFI statistics by country, — Stock Indices: Country distribution and other relevant distinctions, — Central banks' balance sheets: For countries/regions. For DK: net position, interventions, etc.

Framework Agreement on Financial Advisory Services.

The Danish state, repesented by the Ministry of Finance | Published June 16, 2015
Winner
McKinsey & Company
cpvs
79000000, 79200000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79412000, 66000000, 66100000, 66170000, 66171000

The state has full or partial ownership in a number of companies and businesses, etc. Add to this a number of state institutions within the public budgetary system which have activities with business-like characteristics. Analyses within the area of companies will in a number of cases require external consulting assistance in the form of advice regarding financial issues. The Contracting Authority wants to enter into a framework agreement regarding provision of financial advice within each of the 3 lots mentioned below: — Lot 1: Corporatizations, etc. In connection with deliberations regarding a corporatization (i.e. transforming a government entity into e.g. an Independent Public Enterprise or a limited company), or the sale of a government entity's assets in the form of an asset sale, there will be a need for prior analyses of the entity's business case, as well as of its assets and liabilities. The part agreement includes analyses of a government entity's business case as well as valuation of assets and liabilities. This kind of analysis will typically form the basis for the establishment of the opening balance sheet of a new company, including the establishment of an appropriate capital structure. — Lot 2: Owner decisions regarding specific transactions in state-owned companies. As part of its execution of ownership in state-owned companies, the state sometimes needs to consider certain specific transactions by a state-owned company, either because there is a formal requirement for the state's approval, or because the state's approval is required by the state's ownership policy. Firstly, this applies to the extent that state-owned companies are considering significant transactions, including investments, acquisitions, divestments, etc., which are not within the company's current strategy. Secondly, this applies to specific proposals for changes to the capital structure of state-owned enterprises, including capital increases as well as capital reductions. The part agreement covers analyses of the financial and strategic implications for the state as an owner of such specific transactions. — Lot 3: Ongoing monitoring and deliberations by the state. When executing ownership regarding a state-owned company, the state must be able to make qualified assessments of the enterprise's strategic direction, objectives and performance. As part of its ownership execution, the state might also consider the possibility of selling all or part(s) of a company. The part agreement covers analyses of, for example, the conditions, strategic direction and objectives for the company's development, including the return on capital, capital structure and cost-efficiency of the enterprise. In addition, the part agreement covers analyses of the companies' framework conditions, business and strategy, as part of the preparations prior to a potential decision to divest all or part of a company. The Framework Agreement can be used by the Danish state. When state authorities which are not the Ministry of Finance want to use the Framework agreement, the authority in question shall apply to the Ministry of Finance which shall approve such use.

Framework Agreement on Financial Advisory Services.

The Danish state, repesented by the Ministry of Finance | Published December 13, 2014  -  Deadline January 24, 2015
cpvs
79000000, 79200000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79412000, 66000000, 66100000, 66170000, 66171000

The state has full or partial ownership in a number of companies and businesses, etc. Add to this a number of state institutions within the public budgetary system which have activities with business-like characteristics. Analyses within the area of companies will in a number of cases require external consulting assistance in the form of advice regarding financial issues. The Contracting Authority wants to enter into a framework agreement regarding provision of financial advice within each of the 3 lots mentioned below: — Lot 1: Corporatizations, etc. In connection with deliberations regarding a corporatization (i.e. transforming a government entity into e.g. an Independent Public Enterprise or a limited company), or the sale of a government entity's assets in the form of an asset sale, there will be a need for prior analyses of the entity's business case, as well as of its assets and liabilities. The part agreement includes analyses of a government entity's business case as well as valuation of assets and liabilities. This kind of analysis will typically form the basis for the establishment of the opening balance sheet of a new company, including the establishment of an appropriate capital structure. — Lot 2: Owner decisions regarding specific transactions in state-owned companies. As part of its execution of ownership in state-owned companies, the state sometimes needs to consider certain specific transactions by a state-owned company, either because there is a formal requirement for the state's approval, or because the state's approval is required by the state's ownership policy. Firstly, this applies to the extent that state-owned companies are considering significant transactions, including investments, acquisitions, divestments, etc., which are not within the company's current strategy. Secondly, this applies to specific proposals for changes to the capital structure of state-owned enterprises, including capital increases as well as capital reductions. The part agreement covers analyses of the financial and strategic implications for the state as an owner of such specific transactions. — Lot 3: Ongoing monitoring and deliberations by the state. When executing ownership regarding a state-owned company, the state must be able to make qualified assessments of the enterprise's strategic direction, objectives and performance. As part of its ownership execution, the state might also consider the possibility of selling all or part(s) of a company. The part agreement covers analyses of, for example, the conditions, strategic direction and objectives for the company's development, including the return on capital, capital structure and cost-efficiency of the enterprise. In addition, the part agreement covers analyses of the companies' framework conditions, business and strategy, as part of the preparations prior to a potential decision to divest all or part of a company. The Framework Agreement can be used by the Danish state. When state authorities which are not the Ministry of Finance want to use the Framework agreement, the authority in question shall apply to the Ministry of Finance which shall approve such use.

Strengthening Ethiopia's capacity to counter Money Laundering and Illicit Financial Flows.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Danida | Published October 3, 2015
Winner
Global Center on Cooperative Security
cpvs
75211200, 79421000, 80510000

Denmark has developed a comprehensive support programme to contribute towards the establishment and effective implementation of legal, regulatory and operational measures for combating money laundering (AML) and illicit financial flows (IFF) in Ethiopia and regionally. The support falls under Denmark's Peace and Stabilisation Frame and is expected to be implemented in the period 2015 — 2017. The main objectives of Denmark's support package are as follows: (i) Improve Ethiopia's capacity to deter, detect and punish facilitators of illicit financial flows and (ii) strengthen Ethiopia's role in regional cooperation on AML-issues. Engagement outcomes are anticipated to be: (1) Maintaining compliance with FATF recommendations, (2) Increased enforcement against illicit financial flows and expanding public awareness, (3) Ethiopia will increase its engagement in regional AML-cooperation, (4) More support to AML from Ethiopian Government and foreign partners. A single Technical Expert Provider (TEP) will be appointed to assist in the delivery of a support package to be provided by Denmark to the Ethiopian Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC), the Ethiopian Ministry of Justice (MOJ) and other Ethiopian partners found relevant to be included in the engagement. The support is based on the wish of these institutions to develop their operations effectively and efficiently and in line with international best practice on AML and IFF. The TEP is responsible for achieving the engagement's results within the budget and on time. The role of the TEP will be to provide: — advice and support as requested to maintain FATF standards, organise workshops and provide technical experts in line with the agreed deliveries and work plans, — analytical and operational training, support in developing SOPs and communication strategies, — advice on The Eastern and Southern Africa ‘Anti-Money’ Laundering Group (ESAAMLG) engagement and assistance to increased engagement with Djibouti and Somalia on AML, — advice and assistance to Ethiopian Government in approaching other donors and budgeting for capacity development, — reporting to the Embassy of Denmark in Ethiopia. The Danish support is funded from the Danish Peace and Stabilisation Programme for the Horn of Africa 2015-2017.

financial information systems

Faxe Kommune | Published October 24, 2012  -  Deadline April 17, 2012
cpvs
48812000

financial information systems

Financial leasing services

Region Midtjylland | Published October 11, 2012  -  Deadline October 30, 2012
cpvs
66114000

Financial leasing services

financial leasing services

Region Midtjylland | Published October 11, 2012  -  Deadline October 30, 2012
cpvs
66114000

financial leasing services

financial markets administration services

Arbejdsmarkedets Tillægspension | Published October 30, 2012  -  Deadline October 22, 2012
cpvs
66150000, 66170000, 72300000, 72310000, 73000000, 79300000, 79310000, 79311400, 79313000, 79330000

financial markets administration services

financial and insurance services

Bygningsstyrelsen | Published November 1, 2012  -  Deadline November 22, 2012
cpvs
66000000

financial and insurance services

financial leasing services

Aabenraa kommune | Published December 6, 2012  -  Deadline January 4, 2013
cpvs
66114000

financial leasing services

Financial leasing services

Vejle Kommune | Published March 24, 2012  -  Deadline March 19, 2012
cpvs
66114000

Financial leasing services

financial leasing services

Vejle Kommune | Published March 24, 2012  -  Deadline March 19, 2012
cpvs
66114000

financial leasing services

financial and insurance services

Region Nordjylland ved Projektafdelingen Nyt Universitetshospital Aalborg | Published May 4, 2012  -  Deadline April 18, 2012
cpvs
66000000, 66500000, 66513200, 66516000

financial and insurance services

Financial and insurance services

Region Nordjylland ved Projektafdelingen Nyt Universitetshospital Aalborg | Published May 4, 2012  -  Deadline April 18, 2012
cpvs
66000000, 66500000, 66513200, 66516000

Financial and insurance services

FAN Financial Management Support - Mozambique

Udenrigsministeriet | Published April 26, 2016  -  Deadline May 6, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Analysis of quality of financial and non-financial services in the agricultural programme - Burkina Faso

Udenrigsministeriet | Published July 8, 2016  -  Deadline July 19, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For ydereligere information om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Financial leasing services

Aalborg Kommune | Published February 3, 2017
cpvs
66114000

Provision of financial leasing for Aalborg Municipality.

Financial leasing to Aalborg.

Financial leasing services

Aalborg Kommune | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 21, 2017
cpvs
66114000

Provision of financial leasing for Aalborg Municipality.

Financial leasing to Aalborg.