Digital Supervision Portal (DLT)

The Digital Supervision Portal (Digitaal Loket Toezicht – DLT) allows financial institutions to digitally complete and submit their applications for authorisations, declarations of no-objection and forms for Fit and Proper assessment.

The DLT uses eHerkenning (eRecognition) for authentication and authorisation purposes. In order to use the DLT, you must be authorized for the web service ‘Toezicht aanvragen’. This is a different service than the web service 'Toezicht Rapportages' and must be requested from your supplier.
More information on this can be found under 'Digital Supervision Portal / questions' on the left side of this page.

The following forms are available from the DLT:

DNOs:

  • Application for a declaration of no-objection (DNO) – Section 3:96 of the Wft
  • Application for a declaration of no-objection (DNO) – Section 3:95 of the Wft – other
  • Application for a declaration of no-objection (DNO) in a bank

Fitness and Propriety assessment:

  • Application for an initial assessment or an assessment in the context of a licence or a DNO
  • Prospective Appointment Notification Form for Banks that qualify as Significant Institution (under SSM-regulation)

Authorisations:

  • Authorisation application form for payment institutions (PSD1)
  • (Concept) Authorisation application form for payment institutions (PSD2)
  • Authorisation application form for trust offices
  • Authorisation application form for electronic money institutions
  • Authorisation application form for general pension funds
  • Authorisation application form for insurance companies
  • Authorisation application form for credit institutions 

 

eHerkenning (eRecognition)

The DLT uses eHerkenning (eRecognition) for authentication and authorisation purposes. As such, eHerkenning is similar to the DigiD authentication system for individuals. Use the button on the right to log in using eHerkenning. Please note that charges apply for using eHerkenning.

More information

Please read the relevant information under Authorisations, Assessments and Open Book on Supervision. The DLT is available 24/7.