The public register lists institutions that are authorised to provide financial services in the Caribbean Netherlands, consisting of the islands of Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba. Here you can find out whether a bank is licensed.
Caribbean Netherlands public registers
Licensing and supervision The provision of financial services – such as savings and insurance – requires authorisation, for example in the form of a licence. DNB and the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) are the supervisory authorities responsible for granting such a licence. Supervision reduces the risk of something going wrong, but it is not a guarantee. If a licensed bank fails, you will get your money back up to a maximum of USD 10,000 under the deposit guarantee for the Caribbean Netherlands.
Searching the public register If you wish to check whether an institution is listed in the register, enter its name in the Statutory name/trade name field. If you do not know the exact name, you can enter the letters you know followed by an asterisk (*).
We update the register every business day at 06:00.