Nederlandse Vereniging van Banken / Dutch Banking Association
Vereniging / Association
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Trade and business associations
Gustav Mahlerplein, 29-35
Amsterdam 1082 MS
(+31) 20 550 28 88
Rondpoint Schuman 9
P.O. box: 1040
Mr Eelco Dubbeling
Algemeen directeur / CEO
Mr Martijn Vliegenthart
Adviseur Europese zaken
The Nederlandse Vereniging van Banken (Dutch Banking Association) was founded in 1989. The Nederlandse Vereniging van Banken is the representative voice of the Dutch banking community with over 90 member firms, large and small, domestic and international, carrying out business in the Dutch market and overseas. At the European level the Association is a member of the European Banking Federation and has an office in Brussels to position the Dutch banking sector in the European policy formation and legislative processes. The NVB strives towards a strong, healthy and internationally competitive banking industry in the Netherlands, whilst working towards wider single market aims in Europe.
The mains dossiers that the Nederlandse Vereniging van Banken is following in Brussels are the Regulation on Bank Structural Reform and the initiatives relating to the Capital Markets Union.
The Netherlandse Vereniging van Banken is closely monitoring the implementation of regulation, i.e. Level II measures.
The Dutch Banking Association strives towards a strong, healthy and internationally competitive banking industry in the Netherlands. Representing the common interests of the banking sector, it strives towards the effective operation of market forces whilst taking into account the interests of its interlocutors.
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European Banking Federation and EPFSF.
01/2013 - 01/2014
700,000 € - 799,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
The estimated costs declared above include the percentage of the annual membership fee to the European Banking Federation (EBF) that the EBF dedicates to activities covered by the EU Transparency Register.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.