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Roskilde Bank

Roskilde Bank
Founded In 1884
Headquarters Roskilde, Denmark
Website www.roskildebank.dk
Roskilde Bank

Roskilde Bank was a local Danish bank. It was based in Roskilde with branches over much of Region Hovedstaden.

Roskilde Bank was founded in 1884 and in 1996 merged with Ringsted Sparekasse. On the 24 August 2008 was acquired by National Bank after running into financial trouble due to the decline of the Danish property market. The Bank is formally listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange, but trading has been suspended. The Bank had approximately 32,000 shareholders. The Bank was, according to Finance Council statement Denmark's 10th largest bank.

Danish National Bank acquires Roskilde Bank

24 August 2008, the National Bank officially stated that, together with the Private Contingency for Settlement of needy banks, savings and cooperative boxes, had taken over the bank because it was insolvent and could not find a buyer. This was the first time since 1928 that the Danish National bank had taken over another bank.

The loss is assumed to be between £ 3-6 billion, but circulating allegations that the loss in the worst case could amount to 37 billion kroner. The 33000 shareholders also stand to lose their money.

Sale of subsidiaries

On the 29 September 2008 Roskilde Bank signed agreement for the sale of a total of 21 branches, including 9 branches to Nordea, 7 branches of Spar Nord Bank and 5 branches of Arbejdernes Landsbank.

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  • Danish National Bank
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