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Provisions of general good for insurers
Provisions of general good for life and non-life insurers established in other EEA Member States and intending to pursue their business in the Netherlands
With reference to Section 2:34 (2) of the Wet op het financieel toezicht or Wft (Financial Supervision Act) and Part III, Section 6, of the Revised Siena Protocol of March 20081, below you find a list of the most important conditions of general good applying in the Netherlands and, consequently, to any licensed life or non-life insurer having its registered office in another Member State of the European Economic Area (EEA) and intending to pursue its business in the Netherlands. The list provides this category of insurers with a (non-exhaustive) survey of Dutch conditions of general good.
The following list of conditions of general good for life and non-life insurers is neither complete nor exhaustive. On entering the Dutch financial markets and during their pursuit of business in the Netherlands, insurers who are established in another Member State of the European Economic Area (EEA) and intend to pursue their business in the Netherlands, must continuously monitor the legislation and regulations applying in the Netherlands. DNB can neither be held liable for inaccuracies in or incompleteness of this list, nor for the use made of this list. From this list no rights may be derived. If you have questions further to the information provided, you are advised contact the competent authorities.
This list has been updated up to and including 1 June 2009 for life and non-life insurers, and up to 1 December 2017 for health insurers.