15 Oct 2021Towards a more efficient and simple bank - office in China is closing
15 Oct 2021DKK 3,000,000,000 Perpetual Non-cumulative Additional Tier 1 Capital Notes
14 Oct 2021Danske Bank joins the Net-Zero Banking Alliance
13 Oct 2021Danske Bank in global top ten for green bonds
12 Oct 2021Danske Bank to bring Apple Pay to Dankort users
Danske Bank in global top ten for green bonds
1871-2021: Danske Bank turns 150
Towards a more efficient and simple bank - office in China is closing
Nordic outlook: goodbye crisis, hello uncertainty
Green equities could experience tailwinds in the autumn
Danske Bank raises ambitions for sustainable financing
Danske Bank A/S to merge MobilePay with Norwegian Vipps and Finnish Pivo
Remote working: Morten now saves three hours of transport every single day
Majority indicate Danske Bank is good at creating an inclusive workplace
Dangerous investments: Hanne cheated out of DKK 500,000
The equity released from 74-year-old Hanne’s home was supposed to pay for the little extras to sweeten her retirement and help poor women in Tunisia. Instead, the money ended up in the hands of expert fraudsters who enticed her with a quick, sizeable and sure profit from bitcoin.
Remediating legacy issues
In our efforts to become a better bank, we have systematically improved our compliance, risk and control capabilities and processes. As a result, a number of legacy issues have been identified. We are committed to rectifying them and ensuring that any customer who has suffered a loss due to our errors receives compensation.
Danske Bank's response to coronavirus
The spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) and its impact on society is a concern for Danske Bank as well as for our customers. We are applying appropriate measures to respond to any new developments.