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Saxo Bank A/S  
Kim Fournais, Co-Chief Executive Officer, established Saxo Bank in 1992 as a founding shareholder. Mr. Fournais has been principally responsible, with Lars Seier Christensen, for Saxo Bank’s strategic planning and brings his extensive financial and IT knowledge to bear in his present capacity as joint CEO.

ABN AMRO Denmark  
ABN AMRO is one of the leading investment and corporate banks in Denmark, as well as a leading asset manager. While committed to building long-term relationships, we deliver customised products and services to our corporate clients, institutional and public sector clients, and private clients. ABN AMRO is the largest foreign bank in the Nordic region and entails the former Alfred Berg operation. ABN AMRO is therefore the only global banking group with a strong local presence in Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki.

Amagerbanken is a full-service bank. We provide all the services and technological solutions required by our corporate and retail customers. Mutual trust between the customers and the Bank is a prerequisite for good co-operation. It is achieved through simple decision processes, competent consultancy and personal services provided by our network of branches and our specialized business centres.

Arbejdernes Landsbank  
Arbejdernes Landsbank is among the 10 largest banks in Denmark. We are represented through 61 branches throughout the country except Bornholm. We have about 1.000 employees, more than 22.000 private shareholders and about 200.000 customer.

Jyske Bank Private Banking  
Jyske Bank (Gibraltar) Limited is authorised to conduct investment services business, and regulated, by the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission. Jyske Bank (Gibraltar) Limited is covered by the Gibraltar Investor Compensation Scheme which meets EU requirements.

Jyske Netbank  
Jyske Bank is the second largest independent bank in Denmark and we pride ourselves on providing our customers with sound financial advice.

Bank of Copenhagen  
Bank of Copenhagen is a Danish bank that was founded on September 27, 1979, with the name "Den Københavnske Bank" (Bank of Copenhagen). It is also known by the name "Finansbanken." It is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark.The bank's main area of competence is Private Banking, with customers worldwide in more than 85 countries.

Danmarks Nationalbank  
Danmarks Nationalbank (in Danish often simply Nationalbanken) is the central bank of Denmark. It is a non-eurozone member of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB). The bank issues the Danish currency, the krone.The bank was established on August 1, 1818

Danske Bank  
Danske Bank is a 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).Danske Bank has long been one of the largest banks in Denmark


DnB NORD is a European bank group in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. The bank is a joint venture between the Norwegian bank DnB NOR (51%) and the German bank NORD/LB (49%). DnB NORD has more than 2,000 employees, 125 branches, 675,000+ customers and assets totalling €5.1 billion. It focusses its activities on northeastern Europe.

The bank began operations on July 1, 1871 in rented offices located in the central Old Town district of Stockholm, which at that time was still the commercial and financial centre of the city.

Nordea is a financial services group operating in Northern Europe, based in Stockholm. It is the result of the successive mergers and acquisitions of the Swedish, Finnish, Danish and Norwegian banks of Nordbanken, Merita Bank, Unibank and Kreditkassen (Christiania Bank) that took place between 1997 and 2000. The Baltic countries and Poland are today considered part of the home market.

Dating back to 1851, Nykredit is one of Denmark's leading financial services companies with activities ranging from mortgage, retail and investment banking to insurance and fixed income trading and asset management. In 2002 they formed a strategic alliance with Jyske Bank, which ultimately culminated in a spin-off of their joint IT services into a third and separate company, JN Data A/S.

Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken  
SEB or Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB, is a North-European financial group for corporate customers, institutions and private individuals. Its activities comprise mainly banking services, but SEB also carries out significant life insurance operations.

Spar Nord  
The history of the bank can be traced back to May 12th 1824[1], where "Bye og Omegns Sparekasse" (The Savings Bank for Town and County) was established in Aalborg. After a number of merges through the 20th century, the name was changed from "Sparekassen Nordjylland" (The Savings Bank of Northern Jutland) to its current short form.