Regulation

Danske Bank is regulated by the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority. You can find statements and comments from the Danish FSA, information about EBA data and EU stress tests as well as details about directives and initiatives that affect the financial sector and the way we run our business.

The Danish FSA

Statements, decisions, supervisory reactions and the like from the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA).
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European Banking Authority

The European Banking Authority (EBA) took over the supervision of the European banking industry from the Committee of European Banking Supervisors (CEBS) on 1 January 2011. The national supervisory authorities are members of the EBA. Central banks without supervisory responsibility participate as observers.

The EBA advises EU institutions on political and legislative issues regarding banking supervision and also promotes collaboration and convergence of supervisory practices in the EU through guidelines and recommendations for credit institutions and national authorities.

  • 02. dec 2016EBA transparency exercise 2016
  • 04. dec 2015EBA transparency exercise 2015 - Correction
  • 04. dec 2015EBA transparency exercise 2015
  • 16. dec 2013EBA transparency exercise 2013
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Stress tests

Danske Bank is subject to regular stress trests performed by the European Banking Authority (EBA). For 2014, the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority further undertook a so-called Asset Quality Review (AQR) in parallel with the European stress test.

Danske Bank as SIFI

In June 2014, the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority designated Danske Bank A/S as a systemically important financial institution (SIFI).

  • 28. jun 2016Indicators for assessing systemically important banks 2015
  • 10. jul 2015Indicators for assessing systemically important banks 2014
  • 30. okt 2014Indicators for assessing systemically important banks 2013

CRD/CRR

The Capital Requirements Directive (CRD IV) and the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) are an EU directive and an EU regulation, respectively, that together set forth capital adequacy rules for credit institutions. Since CRD IV is a directive, it was implemented in Danish law (in the Danish Financial Business Act) with effect from 31 March 2014. Because the CRR is a regulation, it is directly applicable in Danish law. The CRR took effect on 1 January 2014.

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Shares

The Danske Bank share is listed on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen. Find the latest share price, historical share data and information about dividends, shareholders and ratings.
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Reports

Find our latest financial report, fact book and other relevant documents.
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Debt

We issue debt instruments on the international financial markets, and they are among the highest rated in Europe.
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Contact us

If you would like more information about Danske Bank's activities, please contact us at Investor Relations. Direct contact information can be found below, while general inquiries can be directed to investor.relations@danskebank.dk
  • Claus I. Jensen

    Head of Investor Relations

    Phone: +45 45 12 84 83
    Mobile: +45 25 42 43 70
    Email: clauj@danskebank.dk
  • John Bäckman

    Chief IR Officer

    Phone: +45 45 14 07 92
    Mobile: +45 30 51 46 85
    Email: jbc@danskebank.dk
  • Robin Løfgren

    Senior IR Officer

    Phone: +45 45 14 06 04
    Mobile: +45 24 75 15 40
    Email: rlf@danskebank.dk
  • Louisa Baruch

    Senior IR Officer

    Phone: +45 45 13 92 34
    Mobile: +45 21 56 19 35
    Email: lobar@danskebank.dk
  • Tulle Louise Præstrud

    IR Coordinator

    Phone: +45 45 14 06 80
    Email: lopr@danskebank.dk