Publications DNB

Dossier Brexit

On 31 January 2020, the United Kingdom (UK) left the European Union (EU) under the withdrawal agreement that was reached. This means a no-deal Brexit was avoided on that date, and a transitional period has commenced that will last until the end of 2020. During this period, the UK will remain subject to EU law in almost all areas, including financial and other passporting rights that apply in the internal market. The EU and the UK will conduct negotiations on their future relationship, which should come into effect on 1 January 2021. The details of that relationship are as yet unknown.

The Q&As below deal with possible questions from consumers and financial institutions and also discuss how we prepare for Brexit.
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Financial Stability Report

In this biannual publication, De Nederlandsche Bank sketches the developments that may have a bearing on the financial stability in the Netherlands. You will also find the FSR follow-up monitor, which provides an overview of the follow-up given to the recommendations from previous editions of the Financial Stability Report.

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Economic Developments and Outlook

The half-yearly publication Economic Developments and Outlook highlights DNB's forecasts for the Dutch economy. They are placed against the backdrop of recent national and international developments.

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Annual report

On this site you will find the annual reports of the new organisation as well as of the old organisations. Note that not all Annual Reports are available in English.

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De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) has produced a number of brochures on various subjects, such as DNB’s tasks, exchanging guilders and the authentication of euro banknotes. 

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