Tag: Dutch banks

Dutch banks strengthen capital buffers but weak economic recovery remains a risk

The Dutch banking sector strengthened its capital buffers considerably during the past year. The current level of capitalisation puts the…

Dutch banks continue to tighten credit standards for SMEs

Half the banks in the Netherlands continued to tighten their credit standards for loans to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)…

Dutch banks grant fewer new mortgage loans

Banks in the Netherlands grant fewer new mortgage loans. In September, banks had 1.8 per cent more mortgage loans outstanding…

Dutch banks must continue improving their capital position

The European debt crisis rages on. Problems at banks engender problems for governments and vice versa. A banking union, if…

Dutch banks meet European capital requirement

Under the supervision of De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB), ING Bank, Rabobank, ABN Amro and SNS Bank participated in the recapitalisation…

Savings in Dutch Banks Hit New Record High

Dutch households had nearly 11 billion euro deposited in special purpose bank savings products on 31 December 2011. This is…

Moody’s cuts top Dutch banks rating

The ratings agency Moody's is significantly more negative about the creditworthiness of the largest Dutch banks. Moody's said on Friday…

Recapitalisation exercise of European banks

Under the supervision of De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB), ING Bank, Rabobank, ABN Amro and SNS Bank participated in the recapitalisation…

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