Danish Bank Rapped Over Risk Controls

29 Aug 2013

Denmark’s Financial Supervisory Authority has reprimanded Danske Bank over its risk controls after it reported a 34% increase in net trading income between 2007 and 2012—but Danske denies that the growth was driven by excessive risks.

Denmark’s Financial Supervisory Authority has reprimanded Danske Bank over its risk controls after it reported a 34% increase in net trading income between 2007 and 2012—but Danske denies that the growth was driven by excessive risks.

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