The public register lists institutions that are authorised to provide financial services. Here you can find out whether a bank is licensed or a crypto service provider is registered, for example.
Authorisation and supervision The provision of financial services – savings, insurance – requires authorisation, for example in the form of a licence. De Nederlandsche Bank and the Autoriteit Financiële Markten are the supervisory authorities responsible for granting such authorisation. 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 €100,000 under the Dutch Deposit Guarantee.
Search the public register Do you want to check whether an institution is licensed, registered or exempted? 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.