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Danish Banks With Problems Account for 2.7% of Loans, FSA Says

October 13, 2011

Oct. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Denmark’s Financial Supervisory Authority said banks under special scrutiny because of potential solvency problems account for 2.7 percent of the banking industry’s outstanding loans.

Ulrik Noedgaard, director of the FSA, said today in a speech published on the agency’s website that the FSA has stepped up its inspections of the banks.

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Frances Schwartzkopff at fschwartzko1@bloomberg.net


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