DKK definition

DKK means Danish kroner.
DKK means Danish Krone, the lawful currency of Denmark.
DKK means Danish krone, the lawful currency of Denmark;

Examples of DKK in a sentence

  • Furthermore, Nykredit has reserved CET1 capital to meet the upcoming Basel requirements, the estimated impact of which is still an increase in REA of around DKK 100 billion.

  • How- ever, notwithstanding the aforementioned, Multi-Wing's liability can never exceed DKK 1,000,000.

  • In case the currency is DKK, SEK, NOK or PLN, only subcase (aa) is accepted; or(cc) linear interpolation is specified, i.e. the floating rate for the relevant Interest Rate Stub Period is to be interpolated linearly between two specified rate index tenors.

  • The share capital increased by 66.3 million shares resulting in gross proceeds received of DKK 132,6 million.TopoTarget’s cash and cash equivalents as at 31 December 2009 totalled DKK 130.2 million, compared with DKK 108.0 million (including DKK 35.3 million in securities) at 31 December 2008.

  • The energy agreement from 2102 earmarked a sum of just under DKK 20 million dedicated to gas infrastructure.

More Definitions of DKK

DKK means Danish kroner, the official currency in Denmark at the time of the approval of the Base Prospectus.
DKK means the lawful currency of Denmark.
DKK means Danish Kroner;
DKK means the legal currency of the Kingdom of Denmark;
DKK means Danish Kroner, the lawful currency of Denmark.
DKK means Danish kroner, the legal currency of Denmark.
DKK means the official currency of Denmark.