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Northern Ireland, Danske Bank - 2013 New Issues

Northern Bank Limited Trading As Danske Bank
Ten Pounds
Dated 2013, PNL
Twenty Pounds
Dated 2012, PNL
Danske Bank £10 and £20 dated 25.1.2013 and 16.10.12 respectively. These are new notes issued bearing the new owner's name, the Danske Bank (formerly known as the Northern Bank Limited). The name was officially changed (rebranded) on 15.11.2012. It also comes as all brands within Danske Bank Group, including those in Ireland, Norway, Finland, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania, changed to the name of the parent company. The Northern Bank has been operating in Northern Ireland for more than 200 years (since 1809) and was originally known as the Northern Banking Partnership, and it has had several owners changed since then and most recently the National Australia Bank Group (1988 to 2004). In Danish, Danske is pronounced as 'Dan-skah'. The Danske Bank operates 63 branches in Northern Ireland. The company employs approximately 1,250 staffs in Northern Ireland and has more than 20,000 workers worldwide, operating in 15 countries. These notes were released for circulation on 24.6.2013. It should be noted that from now on the bank will only issue the £10 and £20 denomination notes. The bank will cease printing the £50 and £100 notes. The bank has ceased printing the £5 note since 2000. The last £5 issued was the polymer note commemorating the Millennium Year 2000.

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