De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) apologises for its role in the Atlantic trade in enslaved people in the nineteenth century. DNB is also taking measures to help reduce the repercussions of the legacy of slavery for those directly affected to this day.Read more
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Commercial banks end the year on a profit or loss, but what about a central bank like De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB)? And what happens if DNB makes a profit, or indeed a loss? Does DNB maintain buffers to absorb losses? And what’s the financial bottom line after 23 years of working with the euro?Read more
Between 1814 and 1863, De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) and its former directors were involved in slavery. This emerges from by independent scholarly study conducted by Leiden University, which was published today. We deeply regret these findings.Read more