This issue contains 4 sections.
Stable and orderly financial markets are important to the Dutch economy. Individual financial institutions and the financial system as a whole are therefore supervised by the government.
- Financial supervision
- Payments and financial transactions
- Corporate governance
- Integrity of the financial markets
Because financial transactions cross borders, the government is a strong supporter of international agreements. Dutch financial legislation incorporates many European decisions and directives. The government also sets rules on corporate governance at financial institutions.
Decreasing deficit in spite of disappointing economy
The year 2012 was largely eclipsed by disappointing developments, such as economic downturn, increasing ...