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Deposit guarantee scheme (DGS) seminar: “DGS at a crossroads: let’s look ahead”
De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) is looking forward to hosting its annual seminar on the deposit guarantee scheme (DGS) with the topic “DGS at a crossroads: let’s look ahead”. The seminar will be held on Thursday 23 November 2023 and takes place at the temporary office at Spaklerweg 4 in Amsterdam. The seminar will be held in English.
Published: 07 September 2023
During this seminar, DNB will guide the sector through the most important milestones and developments in the DGS field. We will also reflect on the milestones that were achieved together with the sector in the past years. As of January 1st 2024, the payout period of maximum 7 working days will be legally appicable. The Single Customer View (SCV) file is a crucial element to make this short payout period happen. Also in 2024, the Deposit Guarantee Fund (DGF) has to reach its target level. And at the end of 2024, we would like to reach the public awareness goal for the Dutch Deposit Guarantee of 70%. All these milestones bring us to a crossroads. In order to be and remain resilient and prepared, we also look ahead to the future during the seminar.
You can find the invitation here.
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