Danske Bank A / S – is the largest bank in Denmark and one of the leading financial institutions in Northern Europe, with about 250 branches, 2.7 million customers and 19,500 employees.
Danske Bank Group is organized in four areas: personal banking, business banking, money management, corporate and institutional investors. The main activity of the Bank is retail banking, where it provides asset management, investments, pensions, mortgage financing, insurance, brokerage services, real estate and leasing services.
In Norway, Danske Bank (formerly Fokus Bank) serves approximately 230,000 customers through 28 branches with headquarters in Trondheim.
In Finland, Danske Bank (formerly Sampo Bank) has about 1 million customers and 90,000 business and institutional investors.
There are about 40 branches and six financial centers in Sweden.
In Northern Ireland, Danske Bank is one of the leading retail banks with more than 46 branches and four financial centers. It is also one of four commercial banks in Northern Ireland that are allowed to issue their own banknotes.
Danske Bank was established on October 5, 1871, and has headquarters in Copenhagen. In 2005, he acquired the National Irish Bank and the Northern Bank. In 2006, he acquired Sampo Bank, the third-largest bank in Finland. The acquisition also included operations in Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, as well as operations in Russia. As of September 30, 2017, the company had assets in the amount of DKK 3.548 trillion (563 billion US dollars), customer deposits of 923.4 billion Danish kroner, and loans in the amount of 1.726 trillion.