Danske Bank Group is a Nordic universal bank and one of the leading financial enterprises in northern Europe. Dansk Bank issues bonds and other debt instruments on the international financial markets, and they are among the highest rated in the Europe. 

For long-term funding, the most important programs are the Medium Term Note (MTN) programs and Covered Bond programs, including a program in the Finnish subsidiary (

The international capital markets also play an important role in the Group's capital management, which includes raising both Additional Tier 1 and Tier 2.

The Group's mortgage finance activities
Realkredit Danmark's activities are funded by the issuance of mortgage bonds. You can read about the bonds at Realkredit Danmark's Web site.

Last updated on 29 October 2015

Overview of Danske Bank bonds

Funding Plan

Bonds and other debt issues provide financing that is essential for our activities.

Read about our funding strategy 
Liquidity and capital management

Danske Bank is rated by the three major rating agencies: Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s and Fitch.

See Danske Bank's ratings
Debt issues

The Bank finances its activities partly by issuing bonds with medium and long maturities in various markets and currencies.

Read about the Bank's debt issues

Covered bonds

Danske Bank now issues covered bonds directly on the balance sheet.

Read about covered bonds

The Bank uses securitisation to manage risk-weighted assets and capital ratios.

Read about securitisation

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