Supervisory authority De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) is submitting a new anti-money laundering approach to financial institutions and other stakeholders as part of a public consultation. In a policy document presented today [...]Read more
Reassessment of incumbent policymakers and co-policymakers for a different position
Published: 11 November 2019
A fitness assessment is position-specific, meaning that an individual is assessed for each proposed position. This also applies when a previously assessed management or supervisory board member is given a different position or remit.
In principle, a propriety assessment is a one-time procedure. This means a change in position or remit does not require another propriety assessment, unless relevant new facts have emerged. The crypto service provider will be asked to confirm that no new facts have emerged.
For individuals previously assessed on fitness and/or propriety by the AFM we will decide on a case-by-case basis whether reassessment is necessary. DNB works closely with the AFM, including in the area of assessments, and we may attend each other's assessment interviews. For instance, if the assessment involves a firm holding a licence issued by the AFM.
DNB has conducted a series of examinations to assess financial institutions’ compliance with sanctions regulations and, more specifically, whether their compliance operations are fit for purpose. We are happy to share the results of these investigations.Read more
Did you know that you can track the status of your assessment application in My DNB? As of 11 May 2023 you can see the status of your assessment application in My DNB – Supervisory Applications Service.Read more
We hereby inform you that DNB has experienced a delay in implementing the new portal to be used for supervisory surveys. Unfortunately, this affects the date that the integrity supervisory survey for your institution will become available in MijnDNB.Read more