DKK - Danish Krone
Convertible: Yes - Transferable: Yes - Exchange rate regime: Floating

Types of transaction

Delivery date: T; T+1; T+2 Maximum maturity: 24 months
Liquidity: Good Liquidity: Good

EUR/DKK parity: liquidity schedules

EUR/DKK parity: liquidity schedules

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Monetary policy

  • The Denmark Nationalbank (DNB) is the central bank of Denmark. Its objective is to ensure non-inflationary growth of the country’s economy.
  • Price setting method: the exchange rate is defined as fixed against the Euro. The DNB must therefore maintain the stability of the Danish Krone in relation to the single currency. To achieve this, it uses two levers at its disposal: monetary policy and targeted interventions in the foreign exchange market.

Features and highlights

  • Although Denmark has not adopted the Euro, it is a member of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) and uses the same payment practices as in the EU.
  • The EUR/DKK exchange rate is set at 7,4600 and must remain within a fluctuation band of ± 2.25%.


There are no special restrictions on the purchase and sale of DKK.

Expert opinion

Due to the stability of the DKK against the EUR, market participants tend to hedge little on their EUR/DKK foreign exchange transactions.

Payments in DKK to Denmark

  • The IBAN format is mandatory. Payment instructions must contain the full name of the beneficiary.
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