Better Overview and control of your personal data

From 25 May 2018, it will become easier for you as a current or former customer of Danske Bank to get an overview and control of the personal data we hold about you and to know what we use your data for. In other words, it will become even easier to
view the personal data we have registered about you
be informed of how we use the data 
have the data updated 

The background is the revised EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that takes effect on this date. The rules apply to all businesses, organisations and public institutions in the EU.

What personal data do we hold, and for what purposes do we use it?
We typically hold personal data about your contact details, household, education and training, employment, financial situation and the products and services we provide to you. We use this personal data, for example, to perform agreements with you, to protect you against fraud, to meet our statutory requirements as a financial institution and to provide you with the best possible advice on the basis of your specific needs.

Do you need to do something yourself?
No, you do not have to do anything in connection with the new rules. However, if you want to know more about the personal data we hold about you, how we keep your personal data safe, how long we keep your personal data for and how we use it, please click on our  ‘Privacy Notice’ below which has been updated in accordance with the revised rules.

Privacy Notice
Our ‘Privacy Notice’ also replaces the ‘How we use personal information’ brochure referred to in our Terms and Conditions. If you wish to view our General Terms and Conditions please click on the link below:
Terms and Conditions 

If you are a former employee of Danske Bank Ireland you are always welcome to contact us if you have any questions about your privacy rights and how we hold your personal data in respect of your previous employment with Danske Bank. To request a copy of Danske Bank’s Privacy Notice relating to former employees, please email us at:
You are always welcome to contact us if you have questions about your privacy rights and how we register and use personal data. You can contact our Data Protection Function, Bernstorffsgade 40, 1577 Copenhagen V, Denmark, e-mail: