Danish Financial Institutions

Danish financial institutions include banks, mortgage banks, and other entities that provide financial services and products in Denmark.

The banking sector is highly regulated by the Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA), which has the power to license and supervise the activities of financial institutions. Major Danish banks include Danske Bank, Jyske Bank, Nordea, and Sydbank.

Other entities include mortgage banks, credit unions, leasing companies, and insurance companies. These entities are also regulated by the FSA, and must comply with capital adequacy requirements, as well as other rules and regulations.

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