DNKEY - Danske Bank A/S

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8.25
+0.03 (+0.36%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT
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Previous Close8.22
Open8.28
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range8.25 - 8.35
52 Week Range7.85 - 17.45
Volume65,950
Avg. Volume63,719
Market Cap14.195B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.59
PE Ratio (TTM)5.82
EPS (TTM)1.42
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.65 (7.17%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-03-19
1y Target Est2.50
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  • Biggest Nordic Money Managers Hoard Banks in Laundering Scandals
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Biggest Nordic Money Managers Hoard Banks in Laundering Scandals

    In a region where the concept of ethical investing is regularly held up as a goal, none of the big institutional investors contacted by Bloomberg said they would consider divesting shares of banks under investigation for laundering. At the top of the list is Norway’s $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund, which this month underlined its intention to remain a long-term investor in the Nordic banks caught up in dirty money affairs. The biggest pension funds in Denmark and Sweden have made similar statements.

  • Bloomberg12 days ago

    Danske's New CEO Vogelzang Zeroes In on Customer Flight Risk

    Danske has lost about 20,000 Danish retail customers since it admitted last September that it was at the center of a $230 billion money-laundering affair. The shocking revelation ended the career of the bank’s former CEO, Thomas Borgen, who has since been charged by police.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Danske Bank picks ex-ABN banker as CEO to rebuild trust

    Danske Bank hired former ABN AMRO banker Chris Vogelzang as its new chief executive on Friday as it wrestles to limit the fallout from its involvement in one of the biggest money laundering scandals. Denmark's biggest lender is being investigated in Denmark, the United States, Britain and the Baltics after revealing that 200 billion euros ($224 billion) in suspicious transactions passed through its Estonian branch between 2007 and 2015. Among the challenges facing Vogelzang, who was on the management board of Dutch bank ABN AMRO until 2017, are rebuilding investor and customer trust and keeping Danske Bank focused during the myriad inquiries into its conduct.

  • Financial Times13 days ago

    Danske Bank picks former ABN Amro executive as new chief

    Danske Bank appointed the former head of ABN Amro’s retail and private banking operations as its chief executive, ending a seven-month search to find an outsider to lead it out of a €200bn money laundering scandal. Chris Vogelzang, a Dutchman who has not held an executive role for the past two years, will take over at Denmark’s biggest lender at the start of June. Karsten Dybvad, Danske’s chairman, called the relatively unknown Mr Vogelzang “well qualified to lead” the lender due to 17 years at ABN Amro, the largest bank in the Netherlands.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Danske Bank appoints new head of financial crime unit from Morgan Stanley

    Danske Bank, entangled in one of the world's biggest money laundering scandals, said on Wednesday it had appointed Satnam Lehal from Morgan Stanley to head its financial crime unit. As head of the unit Lehal will be responsible for "preventing money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud, bribery and corruption and ensuring strict adherence to sanctions and embargoes requirements," Danske Bank said in a statement.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Ex-Danske CEO Borgen charged over money laundering case - report

    Danish prosecutors have charged Thomas Borgen, former chief executive of Danske Bank, over his involvement in one of the world's biggest money laundering scandals, newspaper Borsen reported on Tuesday, citing his lawyer. Borgen is the first person to be charged in a case that involves suspicious transactions of some 200 billion euros (171.08 billion pounds) that passed through Danske Bank's Estonian branch between 2007 and 2015. Shares in Danske Bank have more than halved since March last year, and on Tuesday fell to their lowest since August 2013 following the Borsen report, which did not specify the nature of the charges against the bank's former CEO.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Ex-Danske CEO Borgen charged over money laundering case -report

    Danish prosecutors have charged Thomas Borgen, former chief executive of Danske Bank , over his involvement in one of the world's biggest money laundering scandals, newspaper Borsen reported on Tuesday, citing his lawyer. Borgen is the first person to be charged in a case that involves suspicious transactions of some 200 billion euros ($224 billion) that passed through Danske Bank's Estonian branch between 2007 and 2015. Shares in Danske Bank have more than halved since March last year, and on Tuesday fell to their lowest since August 2013 following the Borsen report, which did not specify the nature of the charges against the bank's former CEO.

  • Danske Says Bank Has Excess Capital to Reward Shareholders
    Bloomberg22 days ago

    Danske Says Bank Has Excess Capital to Reward Shareholders

    Christian Baltzer, who started as chief financial officer at Denmark’s biggest bank in October, pointed to capital buffers that exceed both regulatory requirements and the bank’s own targets as evidence it can afford to return money to shareholders. “We right now have a strong capital position of 16.7 percent, well above our own target and well suited for whatever might come our way,” Baltzer said in a phone interview on Tuesday. Shares in Danske rose to the top of Bloomberg’s index of European financial stocks on Wednesday, gaining as much as 2.6 percent higher.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    Supervisors ignored Russian warnings over money laundering at Danske - document

    Russia's Central Bank sent warnings in 2007 and 2013 to Estonian and Danish financial supervisors over suspect transactions worth billion of dollars at the Estonian branch of Danske Bank but they were largely ignored, a confidential EU document shows. The EU paper, seen by Reuters, is the outcome of an investigation by the European Banking Authority (EBA) and details for the first time the extent of supervisory shortcomings in the two countries over the Danske case. The EBA investigation followed the disclosure last year of a money-laundering scandal at Danske Bank, Denmark's largest bank, which has admitted that 200 billion euros (£172 billion) of suspicious transactions flowed through its Estonian branch between 2007 and 2015.

  • Supervisors ignored Russian warnings over money laundering at Danske: document
    Reuters23 days ago

    Supervisors ignored Russian warnings over money laundering at Danske: document

    Russia's Central Bank sent warnings in 2007 and 2013 to Estonian and Danish financial supervisors over suspect transactions worth billion of dollars at the Estonian branch of Danske Bank but they were largely ignored, a confidential EU document shows. The EU paper, seen by Reuters, is the outcome of an investigation by the European Banking Authority (EBA) and details for the first time the extent of supervisory shortcomings in the two countries over the Danske case. The EBA investigation followed the disclosure last year of a money-laundering scandal at Danske Bank, Denmark's largest bank, which has admitted that 200 billion euros of suspicious transactions flowed through its Estonian branch between 2007 and 2015.

  • Reuters24 days ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - April 29

    The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines CVC and HPEF plan to offload stakes in the Executive Centre ...

  • EU states force clearing of Estonian, Danish regulators over Danske Bank
    Reuterslast month

    EU states force clearing of Estonian, Danish regulators over Danske Bank

    COPENHAGEN/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - National banking supervisors who control the European Union banking watchdog effectively forced it to clear financial regulators in Estonia and Denmark, who were investigated in relation to suspected money laundering activities by Danske Bank, a member of the European parliament said on Wednesday. The European Banking Authority (EBA) said in a statement on Wednesday it was closing its investigation. "At a vote at its meeting on 16 April 2019 the EBA's Board of Supervisors rejected a proposal for a breach of Union law recommendation," it added.

  • Reuterslast month

    Danske Bank auditor EY reported to fraud squad over 2014 report

    Accountant EY's audit of scandal-hit Danske Bank came under scrutiny on Friday as Danish authorities asked the state prosecutor for financial fraud to investigate the matter. Danske Bank is under investigation in the United States, Denmark, Estonia, France and Britain over payments from Russia, ex-Soviet states and elsewhere. "In connection with the audit of Danske Bank's financial statements for 2014, EY became aware of information that should have prompted it to carry out further investigations and notified the Money Laundering Secretariat," the Danish Business Authority (DBA) said on Friday.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Nordic trust tarnished by money laundering scandal

    STOCKHOLM/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Money laundering allegations involving Sweden and Denmark have shattered faith in the open Nordic business culture, prompting demands for tighter controls on the banks held responsible. Ranked among the least corrupt countries by anti-graft campaign group Transparency International, Sweden and Denmark have been rocked by investigations into Danske Bank and Swedbank, knocking billions off their value. Politicians, regulators and investors now want closer policing and more stringent penalties, unwinding a system where the state largely trusted banks to keep themselves in check.

  • Swedish bank's offices raided in money laundering probe
    Associated Press2 months ago

    Swedish bank's offices raided in money laundering probe

    Swedish authorities were raiding the headquarters of one of Sweden's largest banks on Wednesday as part of an investigation into whether Swedbank was connected to a massive money laundering scandal in the Baltic countries. Sweden's Economic Crime Authority said chief prosecutor Thomas Langrot is probing whether 15 of Swedbank's largest shareholders illegally received information about the bank's connection to the money laundering scandal before Swedish television reported on the issue for the first time last month. Swedbank confirmed the raid at its headquarters in near Stockholm.