Danske Bank established its Euro Medium Term Note EMTN programme in 1995. It has since ensured quick and efficient access to the European capital markets. It is the Group's largest and most widely used programme. The current limit on the programme is EUR 35 billion.
Global Covered Bond programme
Structured note programme
Danske Bank has established a structured note programme. The programme is mainly used for issuing medium- and long-term structured notes to retail customers. At present the total limit for the programme is EUR 5 billion.
|Prospectus||Summary||Supplement no. 1||Supplement no. 2||Supplement no. 3||Supplement no. 4||Supplement no. 5||Supplement no. 6|
|19 June 2018||24 July 2018||3 October 2018||9 October 2018|
|20 June 2017||Danish|
|31 July 2017||25 August 2017||9 November 2017||12 February 2018||3 May 2018||14 May 2018|
|22 June 2016||Danish|
|5 August 2016||4 November 2016||13 February 2017||9 May 2017|
|23 June 2015||Danish|
|30 July 2015||11 November 2015||11 February 2016||13 May 2016|
|19 September 2014||Danish|
|6 November 2014||5 December 2014||19 December 2014||9 February 2015||24 March 2015|
Warrants and Certificates programme
Danske Bank has established a Warrants and Certificates Programme. The programme is used mainly for issuing structured warrants and structured certificates to various customers. At present, the total limit for the programme is EUR5bn. Investing in warrants and certificates involves a high degree of risk, including the risk of losing the entire invested amount.