Danske Bank has until September 10th to answer a series of questions relating to its handling of debt-collection errors. Photograph: iStock

Denmark’s financial watchdog is launching an investigation into Danske Bank amid signs the lender may have misled the regulator over its handling of d(...)

Danske has admitted that a large part of about €200 billion, or $235 billion, that flowed through an Estonian unit between 2007 and 2015 may have been laundered. Photograph: Ints Kalnins/Reuters

As multiple investigations into Danske Bank A/S get under way, Denmark’s gover nment wants to know why the bank’s auditors appear to have missed sign(...)

The Øresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden. Photograph: Francis Dean/Getty Images

No country on the planet is better prepared to pay for its ageing population than Denmark. But a nation whose pension industry has been ahead of the c(...)

A protracted period of negative interest rates, coupled with a chronic housing shortage, has pushed property prices in Sweden’s capital Stockholm to unprecedented heights and families further into debt.

In Sweden’s capital, it’s so difficult to find a place to live that even Spotify is complaining. A protracted period of negative interest rates, coup(...)

The website of the Mossack Fonseca law firm is pictured through a large format lens. Photograph: Reuters

The British government asked on Monday for a copy of leaked data on the clients of a Panama-based law firm so it can examine the information and act (...)

Denmark’s biggest bank will write down 9 billion kroner (€1.2b) in goodwill, marking its latest accounting adjustment after talks with the country’s regulator. (Photograph: Erik Abel/Bloomberg)

On Monday Denmark’s biggest bank said it will write down 9 billion kroner (€1.2 billion) in goodwill, marking its latest accounting adjustment after(...)

Denmark’s biggest bank raised its full-year forecast after profit more than doubled last quarter on smaller loan losses and higher trading income. Photo: Bloomberg

Denmark’s biggest bank raised its full-year forecast after profit more than doubled last quarter on smaller loan losses and higher trading income. Net(...)

The Danish regulatory authority has  ordered Danske Bank, Scandinavia’s second-largest bank by assets, to raise its risk-weighted retail assets by 2.7 billion kroner (€362 million). Photograph: Freya Ingrid Morales/Bloomberg

Denmark’s financial regulator reprimanded Danske Bank A/S for underestimating the risk of losses in a part of its retail lending business. Denmark’s b(...)

 Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, which goes into its second day  of its policy meeting. Photograph:  Alex Wong/Getty Images

Markets held their breath yesterday, amid concern that the US Federal Reserve would signal stimulus cuts at its two-day policy meeting. DUBLINAccordin(...)