The Reception
The Exchange Hall
The Library
The Aisle
The Empire room
Room 13
The Tietgen Hall
The Committee Hall
The Chairman's Office
The Chairman's office is used
for official luncheons with head of states, receptions for foreign delegations and for the chairman's meetings. The assembly room is rented out on equal terms with the other rooms.

By the entrance at the Committee Hall you notice a bronze bust of King Christian IV. This is a copy of the bronze bust by Francois Dieussarts at Rosenborg Slot. The chandelier is a copy of the one at Vestervig Church in Thy. A large painting of Christian IV decorates one of the walls. How it ended at Børsen, nobody knows and no one knows who painted it. It is said that the style resembles Karel Van Mander.

Ved væggen ind til Komitesalen står en bronzebuste af Christian IV. Dette er en kopi af Francois Dieussarts bronzebuste, der står på Rosenborg. Lysekronen er en kopi af kronen, som hænger i Vestervig Kirke i Thy. Et stort maleri af Christian IV pryder den ene væg. Hvordan det er havnet på Børsen, står hen i det uvisse, ligeledes hvem maleren er. Det menes, at det er malt i Karel Van Mander-stil.

In the window facing Christianshavn you notice a glass mosaic which represents the town arms of Bremen.
Designed: 1928
Architect: Kaare Klint
The Chairman's Office was once used by the chairman of the Chamber. Today it is also used as an assembly room
The Chairman's Office for rent
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