As a result of the spread of COVID-19, we find ourselves in an extraordinary situation where “standing together” means keeping a distance from one another. The majority of employees in Danish Ship Finance is therefore working remotely. We will of course be available to the same extent as before and you should continue to contact us in the usual way. All meetings will be held via phone or online media.
Danish Ship Finance has been committed to ship financing since 1961 and is a trusted partner for Danish and international shipping companies. We are a highly specialised niche player dedicated to serving our customers to the highest standards of business.
We operate a loan book of approximately USD 6 billion secured by first priority mortgages in more than 500 vessels. Our team of 80 people work out of one office in Copenhagen. The ship finance operation is supported by our in-house expertise within shipping research, marine insurance and marine surveillance.
We are funded by the issuance of covered bonds on NASDAQ OMX Nordic and has been assigned an A bond rating and a BBB+ issuer rating by Standard and Poor’s (with a stable outlook). As a ship finance institute, we are supervised by the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority.
Danish Ship Finance seeks to regularly provide adequate information about company matters to its stakeholders.
This is achieved through active and open dialogue with investors and analysts, through company announcements, financial and non-financial reports, newsletters and information posted here on the company's website.Read more
Danish Ship Finance publishes a market report bi-annually that covers the developments in the largest shipping markets.
The latest issue, Shipping Market Review - November 2018, is now available for download along with all previous reports.Read more
Danish Ship Finance prepares its financial statements in accordance with the Danish Financial Business Act, as the executive order on a ship finance institute refers to this act, and the rules of the Danish FSA's executive order on the presentation of financial reports by credit institutions and investment companies, etc. (the Executive Order on Financial Reporting).Read more