Danske Bank A/S (registry code 61126228, Holmens Kanal 2-12, DK-1092 Copenhagen K, Denmark) is terminating its activities in Estonia. 
The documents of Danske Bank A/S Estonia branch are deposited with Danske Bank A/S pursuant to Estonian Commercial Code § 390 and 382.
Documents are kept in Estonia. The controller of personal data collected and processed in the course of the activities of Danske Bank A/S Estonia branch continues to be Danske Bank A/S. After the closure of Danske Bank A/S Estonia branch, Danske Bank A/S will continue to process and store personal data in accordance with applicable law by performing its data controller obligations through Danske Bank A/S Lithuania branch. Danske Bank A/S will also ensure all obligations related to exercising of data subjects' rights under applicable national law and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in particular
Articles 13 to 21 of the GDPR.

More detailed information on the processing of personal data can be found in Danske Bank Privacy Notice. If you have any questions related to the above or if would like to submit an inquiry related to the processing of your personal data, please contact Danske Bank A/S at the following contacts:
Danske Bank A/S Lithuania branch (registry code 301694694,
address Saltoniskiu St. 2, LT-08500 Vilnius, Lithuania),
e-mail: customers.ee@danskebank.lt. 
The contact details of Danske Bank A/S data protection officer: Danske Bank A/S, address Holmens Kanal 2 -12, DK -1092 København K, Denmark, e-mail: DPOfunction@danskebank.com.

Main facts to know

Why do we register and use personal data?

We register and use data about you to offer you the best advice and solutions, keep your finances safe and comply with the legal requirements that apply to us as a financial institution.

Privacy notice

Our privacy notice describes in detail what data we register, how we use it and your rights as a customer.

Read the document (PDF)

Better overview

From 25 May 2018, you can also order an overview of personal data we have about you.


What do the rules mean to businesses?

The rules apply to personal data about individuals, it does not govern data about legal entities.

Are you, as a person, connected to a business that is a customer of Danske Bank?

If you are connected to a business that is a customer of ours, the rules are of importance to the personal data we have about you in that connection. For instance, we might have registered personal data about you if you are, for example, an owner, an authorised signatory or a mandate holder in a business that is a customer of ours.