In the fourth quarter of 2023, Dutch pension funds saw their average funding ratios deteriorate relative to the third quarter, as the value of their liabilities increased more than the value of their investments.Read more
Financial Stability Report - Autumn 2022
Published: 10 October 2022
In this semi-annual publication, De Nederlandsche Bank outlines developments that could potentially affect financial stability in the Netherlands. We discuss the fact that vulnerabilities in the Dutch financial sector have increased again in the past six months due to high inflation, rising interest rates and the worsened economic outlook. Likewise, there is uncertainty about the further course of the war in Ukraine and its economic impact. Buffers within the Dutch financial sector are robust, but the resilience of financial institutions will be tested again in the period ahead.
The Financial Stability Report is originally issued in Dutch as Overzicht Financiële Stabiliteit.
In the third quarter of 2023, Dutch investment funds achieved relatively solid returns, despite falling global bond and equity prices, as revealed by new DNB figures.Read more
Today, speaking at the ASEAN+3 Economic Cooperation and Financial Stability Forum (online) in his capacity as FSB chair, Klaas Knot said that vulnerabilities in the global financial system remain elevated.Read more