National Bank of Denmark

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National Bank of Denmark
Brief History

Established in 1818 as Nationalbanken I Kjobenhavn. In 1936 the name was changed to Danmarks Nationalbank by the Nationalbank Act, which is still in force. Its functions include the sole right of note issue. It is a self-governing institution. Profit after allocations to reserves is paid to the government.

Governor and Chairman

Lars Rohde
Terms of appointment: indefinite, with a retirement age of 70; term began 1 February 2013.

Board of Governors

Lars Rohde (Chairman)
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