Dutch Banking Association (NVB)

There are many subjects that transcend the importance of individual banks. The diversity of  interlocutors, the great European importance and the constantly changing landscape in which the banking industry operates require a combination  of forces. This is why the Dutch Banking Association consults with the  regulatory authorities, the Dutch government and many social  organisations and interest groups. Collective bargaining on behalf of  the banking sector is also part of NVB’s portfolio. To represent the  banks’ interest at the European level, NVB is a member of the Banking  Federation of the European Union. 

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DNB - De Nederlandse bank

DNB is all about financial stability.
Stable prices, smooth and safe payments and robust and reliable financial institutions. These are essential preconditions for a healthy economy and prosperity in the Netherlands. 

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FBE - European Banking Federation

The European Banking Federation aims to achieve the single market in financial services.

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ECB - European Central bank

The ECB is the central bank for Europe's single currency, the euro. The ECB's main task is to maintain the euro's purchasing power and thus price stability in the euro area. The euro area comprises the 18 European Union countries that have introduced the euro since 1999.

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IMF - International Monetary Fund

The IMF's fundamental mission is to help ensure stability in the international system. It does so in three ways: keeping track of the global economy and the economies of member countries; lending to countries with balance of payments difficulties; and giving practical help to members.

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Future-oriented Banking

The board of the NVB has finished the concept of a social charter, a new version of the Banking Code and a set of rules of conduct for all bank employees. The document is called "Future-oriented Banking".

The Social Charter, the Banking Code and the rules of conduct associated with the bankers' oath together form a package called 'Future-oriented Banking'. All these documents can be found here.