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Danske Bank to build customer protection center in Ireland

Danske Bank A/S will establish a customer protection center in the Irish city of Londonderry, in addition to its existing centers in Lithuania and Poland, the bank said Sept. 5.

Danske will create 67 jobs at the operation, which will conduct due diligence checks on the Danish banking group's personal and business clients in London, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. It will also aid the bank in meeting regulatory requirements in accordance with anti-money laundering legislation.

Stephen Matchett, Danske Bank's CFO for the U.K., said the bank had started recruiting for a team, and all the roles will be in place by 2020.