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Danske Andelskassers FY Net Profit Falls To DKK 113 Million
Danske Andelskassers Bank Q3 Net Profit Down At DKK 56.9 Mln
Danske Andelskassers Bank Adjusts Expectations For 2020 Financial Result
Danske Andelskassers Bank A/S (the Bank) is a Denmark-based regional bank. It operates in Denmark in the Jutland region and on the Funen island. The Bank primarily serves private customers, small and medium-sized business customers and institutional customers. It offers services such as savings accounts, loans, pensions, self-service facilities, insurance, debt management and investment advice, among others. The Bank operates through around 30 branches, which are organized into six business centers in Jutland and on Funen. Its principal activity is focused on the parent, while its subsidiaries DAB Invest A/S and DAB Invest 2 are respectively engaged in the lease of group properties, and development and sale of properties acquired by the bank in connection with the settlement of customer expenses.
Baneskellet 1, Hammershoej
Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer
Klaus Moltesen Ravn
Independent Vice Chairman of the Board
Anette Holstein Nielsen
Director, Employee Representative
Mikael Toldbod Jakobsen
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The Nordic region's six major banks announced the creation of a customer checking center on Friday, with the initiative expected to help their efforts to crack down on money launderers and recover from a scandal that has damaged the sector's reputation.
Money laundering allegations involving Sweden and Denmark have shattered faith in the open Nordic business culture, prompting demands for tighter controls on the banks held responsible.
A rally in European shares extended for a second day on Wednesday thanks to gains in trade-sensitive mining and autos stocks as investors saw a China-U.S. trade war approaching its endgame.
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