Danish governor sees further bank ‘resolutions' on the horizon


The governor of the National Bank of Denmark last week told the country's federation of mortgage lenders that he foresees further mergers "and perhaps resolution" of banks in the country, but said he believes the Danish banking sector's problems are now "manageable within the existing framework".

Governor Nils Bernstein also addressed questions pertaining more directly to the housing market and mortgage lending, arguing that "more appropriate housing taxes" would help to "dampen fluctuations in

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