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|Publicly traded Aktieselskab (OMX: DANSKE)|
|Ole Andersen (Chairman), Thomas F. Borgen(CEO)|
|Products||Banking, insurance, investment management|
|Revenue||DKK43.38 billion (2011)|
|Profit||DKK1.723 billion (2011)|
|Total assets||DKK3.424 trillion (end 2011)|
|Total equity||DKK125.86 billion (end 2011)|
Number of employees
|21,320 (FTE, end 2011)|
Danske Bank is a Danish bank. The name literally means "Danish Bank". It was founded 5 October 1871 as Den Danske Landmandsbank, Hypothek- og Vexelbank i Kjøbenhavn (The Danish Farmers' Bank, Mortgage and Exchange Bank of Copenhagen). Headquartered in Copenhagen, it is the largest bank in Denmark and a major retail bank in the northern European region with over 5 million retail customers.
The Danske Bank branch in Latvia was opened in 2008 and in the short time has gained quite a lot of popularity.
Danske Bank issues its own banknotes through its Northern Ireland subsidiary; as certain retail banks in Northern Ireland and Scotland are licensed to issue their own pound sterling banknotes. Danske Bank acquired one such bank in 2005, the Belfast-based Northern Bank, and since 2013 has produced banknotes under the Danske Bank brand name. These Danske Bank notes are denominated in pounds sterling and should not be confused with banknotes of the Danish Krone, an entirely separate currency, which are issued in Denmark by the Danish National Bank.
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