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 [...]
Supervision of Insurers
In this chapter of Open Book Supervision you will find an overview of policy statements by DNB that are relevant to insurers.
An overview in PDF is available with all the policy statements for insurers published by DNB. The included policy statements are divided by subject. You can search by subject through the relevant tabs. The individual policy statements are clickable and refer to the relevant DNB webpage. This document is intended as a resource for users of Open Book supervision.
The PDF overview may not be complete. The list is updated periodically but could be outdated compared too DNB OBT web pages. The DNB website is up-to-date and therefore leading. The first page of the PDF indicates which version is currently in use by means of a date. Older versions remain available on this page.
The document can be found here. You can also find these policy statements via the search engine at the top right of this page.
DNB publishes policy in a number of different forms, such as a supervisory regulation, policy rule, Q&A and Good Practice. The purpose and status of these forms of policy differ. You can read about the (legal) status of these policy statements in the DNB policy statement reading guide.
Policy statements per theme:
Solvency II: request overview
Laws and EU Regulations and Enforcement DNB
News and Publications
Dutch institutional investors such as pension funds, investment funds and insurers kept their investments in risky bonds roughly the same over the past 12 months. This is a break from previous years: since 2019, large investors had expanded their exposure to what are termed high-yield bonds.
The Dataloop application for Solvency II insurers will go live in My DNB on 1 November. Dataloop offers you an improved user experience when interacting with DNB on supervisory reports, and DNB can use Dataloop to assess report data quality more efficiently.