Investigations of Danske Bank's branch in Estonia
News from Danske Bank
19 Sep 2018Findings of the investigations relating to Danske Bank's branch in Estonia
19 Sep 2018Danske Bank's CEO resigns
19 Sep 2018Danske Bank A/S donates DKK 1.5 billion and revises outlook downwards
17 Sep 2018Danske Bank share-buy back: Transactions in week 37
14 Sep 2018Invitation to press conference
Interim report for the first half of 2018
Danske Bank posted a net profit of DKK 9.1 billion in the first half of 2018, a decrease of 12% from the level in the first half of 2017. The result reflects a continuation of good lending growth but also weak trading income and lower fee income due to uncertainty in the financial markets.
"In the first half of 2018, the positive momentum in our lending activities continued, while developments in the financial markets had an adverse effect as the global uncertainty and investor reticence contributed in particular to a weaker development in net trading income," says Thomas F. Borgen, Chief Executive Officer.
New digital hub to support purpose-driven start-ups
We wish to use our role as a leading financial partner to address some of the challenges that we face in society. One of our priorities is to build relevant initiatives with which we can help entrepreneurs to grow their positive impact on society.Jeanette Fangel Løgstrup
Head of Societal Impact and Sustainability, Danske Bank
Better overview and more control of personal data
From 25 May 2018, new rules apply to the processing of personal data by businesses, organisations and public institutions in the EU.
In short, the new rules, called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will give all private individuals a better overview and more control of the personal data that businesses and other entities have about them.
For customers of Danske Bank it will become even easier to view personal data we have registered about them, be informed of how we use the data, and have the data updated.