DNB's public register states the activities that the electronic money institution is permitted to provide as from the date of registration. It also includes information about any restrictions imposed in respect of these activities and states where the electronic money institution has its registered office. DNB also states explicitly for exempted electronic money institutions that these institutions are not subject to its supervision.
- Relevant for:
- 31 january 2013
DNB's public register lists all authorised electronic money institutions, all exempted electronic money institutions, all electronic money institutions authorised by other member states who are permitted to issue electronic money in the Netherlands, and all Dutch electronic money institutions providing cross- border payment services. The information included in the register is accessible to the general public.
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