​​The activities of banks in Denmark are subject to extensive supervisory legislation.  

The various acts and executive orders regulate the commercial aspects of financial institutions' activities that ensure society's continuing confidence in the sector’s integrity and viability, as well as their relationship with customers, eg, when advising them and safeguarding their deposits.

The central supervisory authority for banks is the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority, whose supervisory role covers the entire financial sector.
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Information about legislation, rules and supervision.

The Danish Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA)

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