DNB's public register states the activities that the bank 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 the Member State where the bank has its registered office.
- Relevant for:
- 1 april 2017
De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) keeps a public register listing all banks having their registered office in the Netherlands and banks that hold a licence from another Member State and are permitted to provide services in the Netherlands. It also includes Dutch banks that provide cross-border services.
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