European tests

EU-wide Stress Test

Below are the individual results for Danske Bank, Jyske Bank, Nykredit and Sydbank who participated in the 2023 EU-wide Stress Test.

Results by institute

Danske Bank

Stress test of Danske Bank.

Jyske Bank  

Stress test of Jyske Bank.

Nykredit 

Stress test of Nykredit.

Sydbank

Stress test of Sydbank.

Further information

Below are the individual results for Danske Bank, Jyske Bank, Nykredit and Sydbank who participated in the 2021 EU-wide Stress Test

Further information

Below are the individual results for Danske Bank, Jyske Bank, Nykredit and Sydbank who participated in the 2018 EU-wide Stress Test

Results by institute

Danske Bank

Stress test

Jyske Bank

Stress test

Nykredit

Stress test

Sydbank

Stress test

Further information

EU-wide Transparency Exercise

The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published the results of the Autumn 2023 EU-wide transparency exercise, where three Danish banks have participated: Danske Bank, Jyske Bank, and Nykredit.

The exercise is launched by the European Banking Authority (EBA) and is part of its effort to enhance transparency and market discipline across the European banking sector. The exercise is conducted once every year. 

EBA has published data which covers more than 120 participating European banks. As in the previous exercises, the publication of the exercise covers, among others, information on the composition of capital, risk exposures, governmental exposures, and the quality of assets. 

The data is reported at the highest level of consolidation and covers the period from 30 September 2022 to 30 June 2023. 

Individual data submissions from the three Danish banks can be seen from the links below. 

Danish Bank

Jyske Bank

Nykredit

For more information about the transparency exercise, visit this link.  

This page contains the individual data templates of the four Danish banks – Danske Bank, Jyske Bank, Nykredit and Sydbank – who have participated in the EU-wide Transparency Exercise.

The EU-wide transparency exercise is initiated by the European Banking Authority (EBA) and aims to provide transparency about the soundness of the European banking sector. This time the exercise aims to provide market participants with updated information on the financial conditions of EU banks as of June 2020, thus assessing the preliminary impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the sector.

EBA has collected extensive information from 129 participating banks, including the composition of capital, credit exposures and sovereign exposures.

The publication contains data from 31 March 2020 and 30 June 2020.

The data is reported at the highest level of consolidation.

Individual data templates

Danske Bank

Jyske Bank 

Nykredit 

Sydbank

EBA website on transparency exercise.

This page contains the individual data templates of the four Danish banks – Danske Bank, Jyske Bank, Nykredit and Sydbank – who have participated in the EU-wide Transparency Exercise.

The 2019 EU-wide transparency exercise is initiated by the European Banking Authority (EBA) and aims to promote market transparency about the soundness of the European banking sector. This time the exercise aims to provide market participants with updated information on the financial conditions of EU banks, prior to the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

EBA has collected extensive information from the 127 largest European banks, including the composition of capital, credit exposures and sovereign exposures. Compared to previous exercises, the data also cover banks’ exposures towards industry sectors and banks' financial liabilities.

The publication contains data from 30 September 2019 and 31 December 2019.

The data is reported at the highest level of consolidation.

Individual data templates

Danske Bank

Jyske Bank

Nykredit

Sydbank

EBA website on transparency exercise.

This page contains the data templates of the four Danish banks – Danske Bank, Jyske Bank, Nykredit and Sydbank – who have participated in the EU-wide Transparency Exercise.

The EU-wide transparency exercise is initiated by the European Banking Authority (EBA) and aims to provide transparency about the soundness of the European banking sector. The exercise is part of the effort to monitor risks and vulnerabilities and to reinforce market discipline. 

This year the exercise contains information from about 120 banks, including capital positions, profita-bility, financial assets, risk exposures. sovereign exposures and asset quality.

The publication contains data from 31 March 2021 and 30 June 2021.

The data is reported at the highest level of consolidation.

Individual data templates

Danske Bank

Jyske Bank 

Nykredit 

Sydbank

EBA website on transparency exercise 

This page contains the individual data templates of the four Danish banks – Danske Bank, Jyske Bank, Nykredit and Sydbank – who have participated in the EU-wide Transparency Exercise.

The 2018 EU-wide Transparency Exercise is initiated by the European Banking Authority (EBA) and aims to promote market transparency about the soundness of the European banking sector.

EBA has collected extensive information from the 130 largest European banks, including the composition of capital, credit exposures and sovereign exposures.

Data are reported and published at the highest level of consolidation for end-2017 and mid-2018.

Individual data templates

Danske Bank

Jyske Bank

Nykredit

Sydbank

EBA website on transparency exercise

The 2017 EU-wide Transparency Exercise is initiated by the European Banking Authority (EBA) and aims to promote market transparency about the soundness of the European banking sector.

The data collection obtained extensive information from the 132 largest European banks, including the composition of capital, credit exposures and sovereign exposures.

Data are reported at the highest level of consolidation for end-2016 and mid-2017.

Individual data templates

Danske Bank

Jyske Bank

Nykredit

Sydbank

EBA website on transparency exercise