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19 July 2017

In order to perform specific acts, you or your company may need a declaration of no-objection (DNO).

There are three categories of DNO.

  1. A DNO for acquiring or expanding a qualifying holding (Section 3:95 of the Wft).
  2. DNO for specified acts of banks (Section 3:96 of the Wft)
  3. DNO for specified acts of insurance companies (Section 3:97 of the Wft)

The three types of DNO have separate application forms. Please check carefully which application form you need.

DNO application for a qualifying holding

If you or your company acquires or expands a qualifying holding, you must use the following documents.


The explanatory notes to the form provide more details and describe what we expect from you, so please refer to them when completing the form.

DNO application for a bank

If your bank wants to perform an act that is subject to approval, you must use the following documents

The explanatory notes to the form provide more details and describe what we expect from you, so please refer to them when completing the form.

DNO application for an insurance company

If your insurance company wants to perform an act that is subject to approval, you must use the following documents:

Submitting your application

You may submit through the Digital Supervision Portal (DLT). You need e-Herkenning (e-Recognition) to use this.

Be sure to complete the form truthfully and in full, and add all required documentation as an annex to the form. The application form for a group DNO is not yet available. Do you wish to apply for a group DNO? Please contact DNB.

Standard of your application

We can assess your application only if you submit a fully and correctly completed application form and enclose all the required documents. If you fail to do this, we will have to ask you to supplement your application. Our 62-business day consideration period will not start until we receive you complete application. This means that the time we need to consider your application greatly depends on the standard of your application and the attached documents. See also: How long will it take to consider my application for a DNO?

Information Declaration of no-objection