DANSKE Danske Bank A/S

Negotiations on contemplated sale of pension activities in Sweden

Negotiations on contemplated sale of pension activities in Sweden



 



 



 



 



Company announcement No. 64/2018



 



 



 



 
 



 
 



 



 



 



 



 



Holmens Kanal 2 – 12

1092  København K



 



6 December 2018

Negotiations on contemplated sale of pension activities in Sweden

On the basis of a media enquiry, we confirm that Danica Pension, Livsforsikringsaktieselskab, which is part of the Danske Bank Group, has entered into negotiations with a specific buyer on the takeover of Danica Pension Försikringsaktiebolag (publ) (Danica Pension Sverige).

Negotiations are ongoing, and there can be no certainty that a transaction will be concluded.

Danske Bank and Danica Pension will revert with further information if and when required.

Danske Bank and Danica Pension do not have any further comments at the moment.

                                                          Danske Bank A/S

Contact:

Group Press Officer Kenni Leth, tel. .

 

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