RegulationRegulation

This section contains information about various statutes, directives and initiatives that affect the financial sector and the way the Group operates its business. It also contains our financial glossary.

Overview of regulationOverview of regulation

Bank packages

Read about the Danish state guarantee and its significance for Danske Bank.
EBA data

The EBA (European Banking Authority) took over the supervision of the European banking sector from the CEBS (Committee of European Banking Supervisors) on 1 January 2011. The national supervisory authorities are members of the EBA. Central banks without supervisory responsibility participate as observers.

EU stress test

Together with 123 other European banks, Danske Bank recently participated in a stress test exercise at the request of the European Banking Authority (EBA).

The Danish FSA

The Danish Financial Supervisory Authority inspects Danish banks and mortgage finance providers regularly.
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Risk management

A thorough understanding of risk is essential to our business strategy. We strive to meet a high standard.
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​​SIFI

The Danish FSA has designated Danske Bank as a systemically important financial institution (SIFI).

Learn moreLearn more

Securitisation

The Danske Bank Group uses securitisation to manage risk and thus meet capital targets.

Read about securitisation

Internal controls

Danish law sets forth many requirements on the internal controls at financial services companies.

Read about internal controls

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