As a result, owners of a direct or indirect qualifying holding in a licensed payment institution must have a DNO, which is expected to mean that owners of holdings that represent 10% or more of shares or voting rights should be in possession of a DNO from DNB.
You must apply online for a declaration of no-objection (DNO), and you must have eHerkenning to do so. If you do not have eHerkenning we advise you to obtain it. Once you have obtained eHerkenning you can view the application form for a DNO in the Digital Supervision Portal. The form indicates which information and annexes you need to submit.
You can find further details about the DNO procedure in general and which information you need to submit here.