What does it mean for you as a Danske Bank customer?
For the vast majority of our customers, Brexit has no impact on the products and services we deliver, but it may have an impact on customers domiciled or resident in the UK or with products and services in the UK. Find out more below.
Before 29 March: No changes
Until 29 March, Brexit will not result in any changes to our products and services, and you can still receive advice from us exactly as you do today.
After 29 March: There may be changes
Currently, we also expect that we will be able to offer products and services in, to and from the UK after 29 March. But as the outcome of the negotiations is still pending, there may be changes for individual customers if the negotiations do not result in an agreement between the EU and the UK.
If there is an EU-UK agreement
If a Brexit agreement is made, we can continue to offer products and services in, to and from the UK until 2020 regardless of where the individual customers are domiciled or reside.
If we need further licences from the authorities to continue to offer our products and services after 2020, we will of course prepare for this to minimise the impact on our customers.
If there is no EU-UK agreement
If no Brexit agreement is made, we also expect to be able to continue to offer products and services in, to and from the UK. However, the final outcome of the negotiations may have an impact on individual products and services.
We are doing everything we can to ensure that Brexit will have no or minimal impact on our customers. If Brexit should have an impact on you as a customer with us, we will contact you as soon as possible.
What activities does Danske Bank have in the UK?
We offer financial products and services, primarily within banking and investments, to customers in the UK via our offices in London and Northern Ireland as well as our branches in the Nordic countries and Ireland. We also offer financial services from the UK to customers in the Nordic countries.