Debt issuesDebt issues

Danske Bank finances its activities partly by issuing bonds with medium and long maturities in various markets and currencies. The issues vary in size depending on whether they are private placements or issues listed on an exchange. 

Overview of debt issuesOverview of debt issues


See a listing of the Group's hybrid capital issues, including interest rate, maturity date and other terms.


See a listing of the Group's global covered bond issues, including interest rate, maturity date and other terms.


See a listing of the Group's senior unsecured debt, including interest rate, maturity date and other terms.


See a listing of the Group's supplementary capital issues, including interest rate, maturity date and other terms.

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Capital Requirements Directive
The Capital Requirements Directive is an EU directive regulating the capital adequacy of banks and financial institutions. Find out how it affects Danske Bank.

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Ratings
The Bank is rated by the three major international credit rating agencies: Moody's, Standard & Poor's and Fitch.

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