List of Banks in Netherland With Their Official Information

There are more than 80 banks in the Netherlands De Nederlandsche Bank NV (DNB) is the central bank of the Netherlands and it is the government-owned bank. The bank was established on 25th March 1814 by King Willaim. It is part of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB). The central bank is responsible for managing and hold foreign reserves, issuing banknotes and its circulation, supervising the country’s all other banks, investment institutions and exchange offices.

After large-scale integration and the global financial crisis, the large Dutch banks dominated the domestic banking industry. The ownership of the largest banks in the Netherlands is uneven: one bank is publicly listed, some banks are (partly) owned by the national government, and the other is a large cooperative institution. Compared with other European markets, the scale of foreign banks’ operations in the Netherlands is relatively small.

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De Nederlandsche Bank NV (DNB)

Banks in Netherlands

At a glance De Nederlandsche Bank NV (DNB) all information

Headquarters  Amsterdam
Established     25 March 1814
Ownership     100% state ownership
President        Klaas Knot
Central bank of the Netherlands
Currency        euro
Reserves        8 840 million USD
Succeeded by European Central Bank
Website         www.dnb.nl

List of all Banks in the Netherlands

There are 98 banks are currently operating in the Netherlands. 63 banks were recently closed due to their bad reputation. Banks in the Netherlands are focused on always retail banking, corporate banking and local cooperative banking. Here you will get a complete list of all banks list below.

For those who consider a career in the banking sector in the Netherlands, this is the top list of banks in the Netherlands is very helpful on where to start. To get more information, please refer to our list of financial institutions in the Netherlands.

ING Bank NV The bank was established in 1927 and its headquarters is located in Amsterdam. ING bank is one of the oldest and largest banks in the Netherland and it the subsidiary of ING Group NV. The bank provides banking services in the Netherlands, North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Australia. There are approximately 50,000 employees are serving throughout the country.

ABN AMRO Bank NV The bank was established in 1720 and its headquarters is also located in Amsterdam. It is the subsidiary of ABN AMRO Group NV. The bank provides banking services in the Netherlands and 15 other countries. It offers private banking, Retails banking and corporate banking and other types of banking and services. The bank has approximately 21,000 employees are serving across the country.

Cooperative Rabobank UA Rabobank was established in 1898 and its headquarters is located in Utrecht. The bank provides corporate banking, retail banking, residential and commercial banking services, capital banking services and several other services. It is one of the leading food and agricultural business bank in the world. The bank is serving more than 9 million customers and operates in 40 countries in the world.

De Volksbank NV Utrecht based Volksbank was established in 1817. The bank provides several kinds of banking business and small business. The banks operate under four names BLG Wonen, RegioBank, ASN Bank, and SNS. There are approximately 4,000 employees are serving through this name of banks.

Triodos Bank NV The bank was established in 1980 and its headquarters is located in Zeist. The bank provides its banking services in Germany, Belgium, Netherlands and the United Kingdom. There are approximately 1,200 employees are serving throughout the country.

These are the best and selected banks in the Netherlands. You can visit the site to gather more information. All links and official information are included herewith.

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