Central Bank may share information with the Netherlands after permission

WILLEMSTAD - The Central Bank may provide information about banks, insurers and financial institutions to the Netherlands. Provided that those institutions give written permission for this. This is according to the Advisory Board.

The Netherlands requires this information as part of the conditions for corona support. Information that cannot be directly traced back to specific settings and general information may be shared without further ado.

The Bank may share information about ENNIA and the Giro Bank with the Netherlands, because they are under guardianship and are actually managed by the Central Bank.