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Alm. Brand A/S – A financial services provider operating within general, life and pension insurance as well as banking. The company is the fourth-largest non-life insurer in Denmark with over 500,000 customers. Gross premiums in non-life Insurance market amounted to DKK 2.5 billion in H1 2016.
Arbejdernes Landsbank – One of the top 10 banks in Denmark with over 250,000 customers. As of June 30, 2016, the company had total assets of DKK 44.7 billion (US$6.7 billion). Total deposits, including savings in pooled schemes, amounted to DKK 33.5 billion (US$5 billion).
BankNordik (formerly known as Føroya Banki) – A banking and insurance group in the Nordic region. It provides a wide range of financial services to over 150,000 retail and corporate customers through 5 branches on the Faroe Islands, 19 in Denmark and one in Greenland.
Danske Andelskassers Bank (DAB) – A full service bank with over 115,000 customers and about 40 branches in Jutland and on Funen. It serves private customers, SMEs and institutional customers. The Bank was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Hammershoj, Denmark.
Danske Bank – The largest bank in Denmark and one of the leading financial enterprises in the Nordic countries with about 630 branches and 5 million customers. At the end of December 2015, it had total assets of DKK 3.293 trillion. The Bank's market capitalization is US$26 billion as of June 30, 2016.
FIH Erhvervsbank provides financial solutions to Danish corporates. In 2014, FIH sold its lending business to Spar Nord and Nykredit. FIH will continue offering corporate finance advisory services. As of June 30, 2015, the company had total assets of DKK 11.7 billion.
Jyske Bank – The third largest bank in the Danish market and the second largest Danish-owned bank with total assets of DKK 564.5 billion (06/2016). It also the largest bank in Denmark to be headquartered outside Copenhagen. Since 2014, the Group has had strong strategic focus on mortgage lending. Jyske Bank operates in Denmark, Switzerland, Germany, France and Gibraltar.
Nordea Bank Danmark (formerly Unibank) – One of the largest banks in Denmark with 340 branches nationwide. NDB is a subsidiary of Sweden-based Nordea Group, the largest financial services provider in Northern Europe with a market capitalization of EUR 42 billion, total assets of EUR 680 billion and a tier 1 capital of EUR 26.7 billion (September 2015).
Nordjyske Bank – A regional Danish bank. It offers lending products, deposits, asset management, insurance and pension products to private and business customers. Nordjyske Bank is an independent bank primarily owned by shareholders who are also customers in the bank.
Norresundby Bank – A regional bank focusing on private households and small and medium-sized corporations. The Bank has 17 branches in Aalborg, Broenderslev, Hjallerup, Noerresundby, Nibe, Vadum, Vestbjerg, Vodskov and Aabybro. In April 2015 Nørresundby Bank merged with Nordjyske Bank.
Nykredit Bank – One of Denmark's largest banks with market share of approximately 6% (bank lending). Nykredit Bank operates as a subsidiary of Nykredit Realkredit A/S. Nykredit Group is market leader in mortgage lending with market share of over 40%.
Ringkjøbing Landbobank – A full-service regional bank with about 20 branches in west Jutland. The Bank’s biggest shareholder is ATP, the largest pension fund in Denmark and among the largest in Europe. The company was established in 1886 and is based in Ringkobing, Denmark.
Saxo Bank – A leading online trading and investment specialist. The Bank’s core business is online trading in financial instruments for private and institutional clients. It also offers private banking services through Saxo Privatbank A/S. Clients’ collateral deposits reached DKK 76 billion in June 2015.
Sparbank A/S – A Denmark-based regional bank with 25 branches in central and western Jutland, Mors, Aarhus and Copenhagen. It was acquired by Spar Nord Bank A/S in 2012.
Sparekassen Kronjylland is among Denmark's 10 largest banks in terms of equity. The Bank serves more than 140,000 customers and is headquartered in Randers.
Sparekassen Lolland A/S – A regional bank operating on the islands of Zealand, Lolland and Falster. Jyske Bank A/S, Denmark's second largest bank, acquired Sparekassen Lolland in 2013. The take over included 46,000 customers of Sparekassen Lolland's branches and 70,000 customers of online bank FinansNetbanken.
Sparekassen Sjælland – The oldest savings bank founded in 1825. Headquartered in Holbæk, it is the 10th largest bank in Denmark with over 400 employees and 27 branches. In October 2011, Sparekassen Sjælland acquired the healthy parts of Max Bank including nine branches and 35,000 customers with deposits of DKK 3.8 billion.
Spar Nord Bank – A full-service commercial bank comprising 71 local banks with about 1,500 employees and over 255,000 customers. The Bank was founded in 1824 and is headquartered in Aalborg, North Jutland. At the end of June 2015, the company had total assets of DKK 79.832 billion, loans of DKK 34.4 billion and deposits of DKK 56.6 billion.
Sydbank – The fifth largest bank in Denmark with market share of 5-8%. The Bank has over 100 branches in Denmark and five branches in Germany.
Vestjysk Bank – A full-service Danish bank with 120,000 retail and corporate customers. Based in Lemvig, it is one the largest regional banks in Denmark with 23 branches in Jutland and one on Funen, the third-largest island of Denmark.