As of 2007, Danish banks have been subject to new public disclosure requirements following the introduction of Pillar III in the Basel II Directive. These disclosure obligations are intended to improve transparency, tighten market discipline and in so doing ensure that investors and credit rating agencies are better able to assess banks' risk profile and capital requirements.
The Pillar III information is intended to support the risk calculation and assessment that is performed and has been performed in the bank.
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