Global Bank Directory
In total, there are 95 banks operating in the Kingdom of Denmark. The top two largest banks are Danske Bank, Nykredit Bank and Jyske Bank.
Denmark's central bank | SWIFT/BIC Codes in Denmark
BankInvest | Copenhagen Update: 2022-01-09
BankInvest Group A/S is one of the largest asset managers in the Nordic region. The Group was founded in Denmark in 1969 and operates independently from the major commercial banks and insurance companies. BankInvest is owned by a large number of local and regional banks.
BankNordik | Torshavn Update: 2019-05-10
BankNordik (formerly Føroya Banki) is a Faroe Islands-based banking and insurance group in the Nordic region. The Group provides financial services to individuals, commercial and corporate customers, including banking, pension and insurance in the Faroe Islands and banking and pension in Denmark and Greenland.
Danske Bank | Copenhagen Update: 2015-09-08
Danske Bank A/S is a part of Danske Bank Group, the largest bank in Denmark and one of the leading financial enterprises in northern Europe. The Group focuses on retail banking by offering a wide range of financial services including insurance, mortgage finance, asset management, brokerage, real estate and leasing services. The Group has more than 5 million retail customers and a significant share of the corporate and institutional markets. Total assets: DKK 3453.0 billion (as of December 31, 2014). Net income: DKK 3,846 million (2014).
FIH Erhvervsbank | Copenhagen Update: 2022-10-11
FIH Erhvervsbank (FIH) is a Danish Bank specialising in lending to Danish corporates. FIH is founded on solid banking combined with a strong customer focus. FIH is regulated by the Danish Banking legislation and supervised by the Danish FSA.
Handelsbanken Denmark | Herning Update: 2023-06-05
Handelsbanken Denmark is a privately owned full-service universal bank, active in retail, corporate and SME banking, and headquartered in Herning. The Bank provides commercial and investment banking, securities trading and management, leasing and other financial services through its subsidiaries in Denmark.
Jyske Bank | Copenhagen Update: 2023-06-05
Jyske Bank A/S is the third-largest commercial bank in the Danish market and has more than 90 branches across the country. The Bank is engaged in the provision of banking and financial services to private and small and medium-sized corporate customers.
Saxo Bank | Copenhagen Update: 2023-05-03
Saxo Bank A/S is a global investment bank specialising in online trading and investment across the international financial markets. Saxo Bank enables private investors and institutional clients to trade FX, CFDs, ETFs, Stocks, Futures, Options and other derivatives via multi-award winning online trading platforms, as well as offering professional portfolio and fund management.
Sydbank | Aabenraa Update: 2022-01-09
Sydbank A/S is the 4th largest bank in Denmark. Sydbank is listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange and has 143,000 shareholders. Sydbank offers a wide range of e-banking solutions to both corporate clients and retail customers. As on October 1, 2011, the Bank had 102 branches in Denmark, three in the northern part of Germany (Flensburg, Hamburg and Kiel), and PBI (Private Banking International) in Graasten which offers asset management to non-residents.