Dutch pension funds are increasingly investing their assets in foreign investment funds. Whereas their holdings in Dutch investment fund units have been declining for some time, an increasing share of their assets is being allocated to foreign, especially European, investment funds.Read more
IFR/IFD – Disclosure
Published: 16 June 2021
Will DNB require investment firms on the basis of Article 50, under b, of the IFR to disclose the results of the ICAAP, including the composition of ancillary own funds based on the SREP?
In view of the aim of the supervisory discretion of Article 50, under b, of the IFR and the possible side-effects of its application, we do not intend to require investment firms to disclose their ICAAP and SREP results. We retain the power to require the disclosure of ICAAP and SREP results in specific cases.
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
In 2022, Dutch households again invested more in emerging markets such as South Africa, Brazil and China. Despite net purchases, the value of these investments decreased to €2,241 million at the end of 2022 due to price losses, down from a record €2,631 million at the end of 2021.Read more
De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) assesses incumbent and prospective policymakers, such as management and supervisory board members, for fitness to fulfil their duties and whether their propriety is beyond doubt. In conducting our assessments, we also take any antecedents into account.Read more