Most data are issued on a quarterly or annual basis. Only monetary data (monthly) and financial market information (daily) are issued more frequently.
It refers to the specific category for which we collected the data.
Macroeconomics: financial market variables, financial sector statistics and balance of payments statistics
Monetary: data on credit institutions and other financial institutions that are relevant to monetary policy
Supervision: aggregated data collected for purposes of supervision of financial institutions
Other: statutory interest rates, register information on the numbers of banks, insurers and pension funds that are under supervision
The deposit facility can be found under loans and deposits to euro area residents and the MFI sector (column 18) in DNB's monthly balance sheet.
All institutions registered by DNB can be found here.
You can find information on the mortgage debt on MFI balance sheets here. Data on the mortgage debt adjusted for securitised loans are available here. Information on the mortgage debts of Dutch households is available from Statistics Netherlands.
You can find information on non-performing loans here.
A number of financial key figures of individual banks can you find here.
DNB is publishing the figures of those banks only which have approved with the publication of their figures on the DNB website.
You can look up mortgage interest rates from 2003 onwards here.
The methodology is described in the "Method for establishing the interest rate term structure under the FTK" document.
The Euro interbank offered rate is the average interest rate (excluding the highest and lowest values) against which a selection of euro area banks are willing to extend interbank loans in euros. Euribor rates are available here.
You can look up the gold price here. This is the price for 1 kg of fine (pure) gold.
DNB is not a rating agency, please consult the relevant rating agencies.
The interest rate term structure is constructed on the basis of the swap curve and used to determine the current value of the pension obligations. The data can be found in the Interest term structure pension funds table.
Every day at 2:15 p.m., the ECB publishes the euro reference exchange rates on its website. DNB publishes these rates before 10:00 a.m. on the next business day. Here you can find the daily, quarterly, monthly and annual exchange rates for the main foreign currencies.
You can find the rate to determine the funding ratio here.
You can find the average indexation rate for pension funds here.
All registered pension funds are listen on our Open Book on Supervision webpages.
Yes, insurers must publicly disclose their annual reports, annual accounts and any additional information on profit-sharing schemes. DNB also publishes general and individual information about insurers.