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Important information about compensation arrangements

Danske Bank A/S, Irish Branch (the “Bank”) is a participant in the Danish Guarantee Fund (Garantiformuen) the Danish deposit guarantee scheme. The Danish Guarantee Fund protects eligible depositors of the Bank against losses in the event that the Bank suspends payments or becomes subject to compulsory winding up. The Danish Guarantee fund also protects against losses if a financial institutions does not return investors’ securities - up to a certain amount.

In respect of deposits, an eligible depositor is currently entitled to claim up to €100,000 (or its equivalent) under the Danish Guarantee Fund. In addition certain corporate customers may be eligible for compensation under the Danish Guarantee Fund.

For further information on the Schemes (including the amounts covered and eligibility to claim) please see our Fact Sheet and the Information Sheet on the Danish Guarantee Fund.
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