Banking and Finance

With expertise covering a variety of complex and innovative markets, our team represents domestic and international clients across the banking and financial service sector. We will assist you in obtaining the most favourable conditions for your transactions.

In-depth knowledge coupled with a thorough understanding of the law makes NJORD a valuable and reliable business and legal adviser.

We help our clients navigate a complex regulatory landscape amidst unpredictable geopolitical conditions. Lenders and borrowers entrust us with the responsibility of securing the most favourable terms for each transaction – maximising their return on investment and protecting their downside risk.

Effective commercial solutions

Always pragmatic and never driven by our own billing targets, we seek to engineer the simplest and most effective commercial solutions – from complex international deals, to straightforward domestic transactions.

NJORD employs several of the market’s most experienced financial restructuring and insolvency advisers, who are able to help devise an acceptable solution for all stakeholders, promptly and thoroughly. Our lawyers are experts on regulatory matters, financial investments, compliance, and capital markets. 

What we offer?

We advise financial and professional services clients on matters including:


Legal 500 ranks NJORD Law Firm in tier 3 for the third year in a row within banking and finance.

“Co-headed by Kim Høibye and Ulrich Hejle, NJORD Law Firm’s banking and finance department regularly acts for Danish and international entities including Nykredit, AP Pension, SEB and Jyske Bank. The four-partner team is best known for its expertise in cross-border investments, asset management and fund structuring. It advises Nordea Realkredit on foreclosure and real estate financing; and assisted BlackRock with the outsourcing of the investment and asset management activities of a pension fund.”

–  Legal 500, 2018


A new bill for a law on consumer loan companies

In this update, we take a closer look at the draft bill that has been sent to a hearing. The bill will among other things entail that companies offering consumer loans will have to apply for an authorisation from the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority and will be subject to a number of consumer protection regulations.


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