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
Key data for individual banks
This dashboard shows a number of indicators of Dutch-based banks under DNB's supervision. The variables presented in the dashboard are taken from the supervisory reports which the banks submit to DNB. These are subject to Europe-wide standardisation.
The indicators are taken from table 5.15 with key financial data for each bank and are only published with each individual bank’s consent.
Dutch banks are financially resilient, thanks in part to increased interest rates. This gives them the room to step up their ambitions in terms of digitalisation, sustainability and the fight against money laundering.Read more
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