As­sess­men­ts by the Danish FSA

The Danish FSA is the public authority which monitors that Danish banks comply with the rules in force. As from 1 April 2010 banks are required to publish the Danish FSA's as­sess­men­ts – including rep­ri­mands, orders and risk in­for­ma­tion.

Any rep­ri­mands, orders or risk in­for­ma­tion received by Sydbank will be available on this site.

Sydbank – a SIFI

Each year since 2014 the Danish FSA has des­ig­nated Sydbank as a sys­tem­i­cal­ly important in­sti­tu­tion in Denmark pursuant to section 308 of the Danish Financial Business Act, most recently on 20 June 2022. An in­sti­tu­tion is des­ig­nated as a SIFI if its cal­cu­lated systemic im­por­tance exceeds 100 basis points for two con­sec­u­tive years. Systemic im­por­tance is de­ter­mined on the basis of 12 in­di­ca­tors and based on this cal­cu­la­tion in­sti­tu­tions are placed in one of five cat­e­gories of systemic im­por­tance.