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Dutch financial and insurance markets are supervised by two National Competent Authorities.
The Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets is responsible for supervising the operation of the financial markets. The AFM supervises the conduct of the entire financial market sector: savings, investment, insurance, loans, pensions, capital markets, asset management, accountancy and financial reporting.
For more information: Homepage AFM | Corporate | AFM
The Nederlandsche Bank is an independent central bank, supervisory authority and resolution authority, which works to achieve: price stability and a balanced macroeconomic development in Europe; a resilient financial system; a secure, reliable and efficient payment system. It also ensures that financial institutions meet their obligations and commitments.
For more information: Homepage – De Nederlandsche Bank (dnb.nl)