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52 Week Range4.85 - 9.07
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Market Cap12.334B
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PE Ratio (TTM)5.10
EPS (TTM)1.42
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Ex-Dividend DateMar 18, 2020
1y Target Est2.50
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    Company announcement     Holmens Kanal 2-12 DK-1092 København K Tel. +45 45 14 14 00 26 October 2020 Notes with a coupon payment linked to 3 month DKK CIBOROn 27 October 2020, Danske Bank will issue DKK 55,600,000 in notes with a coupon payment linked to the performance of 3 month DKK CIBOR. The notes are designated “DB 0BNY Capped Floater 2025”, (ISIN: DK0030472022).The notes are issued at a price of 100. The notes pay interest as determined by reference to the development of 3 months DKK CIBOR. The notes are issued under Danske Bank’s EUR 5,000,000,000 Structured Note Programme dated 17 June 2020. For further information about the notes, please see the Final Terms attached to this announcement which together with the Base Prospectus specify the terms and conditions of the notes.Danske Bank A/SContact: Erkki Tapio Rusi, Global Head of Investment Solutions, tel. +358 (0) 10 513 8709  Attachments * Company announcement 26 October 2020 * Final Terms

  • Danske Bank credit-linked structured notes

    Danske Bank credit-linked structured notes

    Company announcement                     Holmens Kanal 2–12 DK-1092 København K Tel. +45 45 14 14 00   20 October 2020 Danske Bank credit-linked structured notesOn 6 December 2017, Danske Bank issued credit-linked notes. The notes are designated ”DB Europa High Yield I 2023” (ISIN DK0030407556) and ”DB Europa High Yield II 2023” (ISIN DK0030407630).We attach Credit Event Notice in accordance with the Final Terms.We refer to the Final Terms published on the NASDAQ Copenhagen A/S 6 December 2017.Danske Bank A/SContact: Erkki Tapio Rusi, Global Head of Investment Solutions, tel. +358 (0) 10 513 8709  Attachments * Company announcement 20 October 2020 * Credit Event Notice 20 October 2020

  • Danske Scandal Reveals Top-Down Culture That Silenced Staff

    Danske Scandal Reveals Top-Down Culture That Silenced Staff

    (Bloomberg) -- The bank at the center of Europe’s worst ever money laundering scandal has yet to fully address the corporate culture issues that led it astray in the first place.That’s according to the watchdog that oversees Danske Bank A/S.Denmark’s biggest bank spent years locked in a top-down hierarchy that left its management cut off from people further down the organization, according to Jesper Berg, the director general of the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority.“You go from a very hierarchical institution to an institution where staff needs to flag mistakes and speak up more,” he said in a phone interview.“They are trying to address the fundamental issues,” Berg said. He also says such issues are “difficult” to fix.Danske is trying to correct a culture that enabled years of illicit dealings. It’s under investigation in Europe and the U.S. after admitting that a large part of 200 billion euros ($233 billion) that flowed through non-resident accounts in Estonia was suspicious. A former chief executive of the bank has had criminal charges brought against him, and the man who used to run the unit at the center of the scandal has committed suicide.Danske wants to get a global agreement on resolving the laundering case, Chief Executive Officer Chris Vogelzang said in July. He was on his way to the U.S. on Monday, the newspaper Borsen reported, without saying where it got the information. The bank said it’s in constant talks with authorities, but declined to give specifics of individual meetings.Danske CEO Wants Joint Global Resolution of Laundering CaseDanske says it’s committed to rehabilitating its management culture, and has “a number of initiatives” under way. Karsten Breum, the bank’s chief people officer, says employees can now more easily report irregularities and errors.“It is also critical that our employees see a management that takes responsibility for looking into and solving irregularities or errors,” Breum said in an emailed comment. “That is what we are doing right now, by going through products and processes and taking responsibility for correcting what needs to be corrected.”List of ErrorsThe money laundering affair is just one, albeit the biggest, in a string of cases that have sullied Danske’s image in recent years. This month, the bank was slammed by the FSA for forcing its poorest customers to pay back more than they owed in debt. That’s on top of separate cases in which the bank misled clients in its investment arm, saddling them with losses.Danske’s New CEO Says: ‘Email Me’ as Bank Breaks With Old NormsVogelzang, who’s been Danske’s CEO since the middle of last year, has tried to shake up the old hierarchy. Shortly after starting, he said he wanted “everybody in the bank to be able to speak up.” He even invited people to send emails directly to him with their feedback.Berg says some things have improved.“The positive aspect” in the debt collection scandal, “was that the bank informed us early,” he said. “Compared to the AML cases, we got information when the bank realized it had a more systemic problem. That’s a “significant step forward in our relation, and that is how it should be.”He also said that with the latest scandal surrounding errors in debt collection, the FSA has “not seen anything that suggests that the bank has misled us.” Instead, “the problem was that they didn’t act sufficiently in relation to the customers when they discovered they had a problem.”Meanwhile, employee morale at Danske is sinking, says Kirsten Ebbe Brich, who sits on the bank’s board as its staff representative.The new “speak-up culture” is good, but employees still risk being branded as “troublesome,” she said. And with Vogelzang recently announcing “significant” job cuts, few are likely to stick out their necks, she said.(Updates to add media report on CEO)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.