A brief introduction

Nordjyske Bank was formed as per 1 January 2002 through a merger of Vendsyssel Bank, Hjørring, (est. 1929) and Egnsbank Nord, Frederikshavn, established in 1970 as a merger of four local banks in the area, the oldest of which was founded in 1891. 

As per 1 April 2009 the bank accquired the core activities of Løkken Sparekasse situated on the west coast of Northern Jutland. On 1 January 2010 Nordjyske Bank further increased its coverage in Northern Jutland through a merger with Øster Brønderslev Sparekasse.

 

On 1 April 2015 Nordjyske Bank merged with Nørresundby Bank to create an even stronger local bank. As part of the merger, Nordjyske Bank moves its headquarters to Nørresundby right next to Aalborg - the biggest city in Northern Jutland.

Nordjyske Bank has branches in Northern Jutland in the Northern part of Denmark and around 450 employees. Figures can be found under Financial Reports.

Nordjyske Bank also has a branch in Copenhagen.