The risk methodology for the Dutch Deposit Guarantee has been amended and laid down in the ministerial regulation. The reason for the change was the evaluation of the risk methodology in 2021. The revised methodology applies from premium date 31 December 2022.Read more
Decree on implementing disclosure requirements under the Capital Requirements Directive
The purpose of this decree is to implement Articles 89 and 90 of the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD IV). Under Article 89 of the CRD IV, banks and investment firms within the meaning of the Investment Firms Directive (IFD) and investment firms under the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) must publicly disclose on an annual basis information about their activities, revenues, number of employees, profits or loss and taxes, specified for each of the countries in which they operate. Under Article 90 of the CRD IV, banks and investment firms within the meaning of the IFD and investment firms under the CRR must disclose in their annual report the realised return on assets.
For the sake of clarity, the rules for banks and investment firms have been combined in a single decree. The disclosure requirements apply to all banks and investment firms having their registered office in the Netherlands.
- Investment firms