In recent years, Dutch banks have strengthened their capital buffers. Four years ago, the largest Dutch banks were expected to need additional capital to meet the minimum standards set out in the Basel Accord.Read more
Reporting complaints and wrongdoing
Please contact us if you have complaints about financial institutions. You can also report any actual or suspected wrongdoing in the financial sector or at DNB.
Complaints about institutions
If you are unhappy with a financial product or service, it is best if you contact your bank, pension administrator or insurance firm directly using their complaints procedure. We do not act as a mediator, but would appreciate you informing us of your complaint. This is because complaints may indicate that something is wrong, which may prompt us to take action. Please email your complaint to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Integrity Reporting Desk (financial sector)
If you work in the financial sector and suspect wrongdoing in an institution under DNB's supervision,you may consider reporting it to our Integrity Reporting Desk.
Reporting misconduct by DNB or its employees
Do you suspect wrongdoing on the part of DNB or its employees, or an integrity-related incident? Please notify us.
On 21 April 2020, the law was passed under which crypto service providers are subject to the integrity supervision of De Nederlandsche Bank. The new legislation is expected to enter into force on 18 May 2020. DNB calls on crypto service providers to apply for registration before that date...Read more