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.Read more
European banking supervision
Published: 09 March 2017
For significant institutions, the ECB's procedures must be adhered to. As described above, DNB and the AFM work together in preparing and aligning their fit and proper assessments and assessment interviews. The ECB takes the final decision, based on the findings of the joint supervisory team (JST).
DNB will present the ECB with a draft decision, taking into account the AFM's recommendation. The ECB takes the final decision. The ECB will deviate from the national supervisory authority's draft decision only in exceptional cases.
Fit and proper assessments for non-significant institutions take place in the usual consultation with the AFM.
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
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.Read more