List of Banks in Netherlands


The Netherlands is a geographically low-lying country, with about 25% of its area and 21% of its population located below sea level, and 50% of its land lying less than one metre above sea level. Significant land area has been gained through land reclamation and preserved through an elaborate system of polders and dikes. Much of the Netherlands is formed by the estuary of three important European rivers, which together with their distributaries form the Rhine-Meuse-Scheldt delta. Most of the country is very flat, with the exception of foothills in the far southeast and several low-hill ranges in the central parts. The BES islands, or Caribbean Netherlands, became part of the Netherlands proper after the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles on 10 October 2010.


  List of banks in Netherlands
1.Aareal Bank

2.ABN AMRO Dutch

ABN AMRO Global Transaction Services

ABN AMRO English

ABN AMRO Private Banking


4.AMEV Hypotheekbedrijf N.V.

AMEV Beleggingsconsortium mij voor beleggen en verzekeren N.V.

AMEV Praktijkvoorziening N.V.


Argenta Spaarbank NV

6.Asahi Bank (Nederland) NV


8.AVCB Bank N.V.

9.Banco do Brasil SA

10.Banco Exterior - Nederland N.V.

11.Bank Insinger de Beaufort N.V.

12.Bank Mees & Hope N.V.

13.Bank Mendes Gans NV

14.Bank Nederlandse Gemeenten

15.Bank of America NT & SA

16.Bank of Scotland Corporate

17.Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi (Holland) N.V.

18.Bank van Haften Labouchere NV

19.Bank voor de Bouwnijverheid, NV

20.Bank voor Zeeland NV

21.Banque Artesia Nederland

22.Banque Artesia Nederland

23.Banque de Suez Ned. NV

24.Banque Paribas Nederland NV

25.Barclays Bank PLC.


27.C D K Bank

28.Canada Trust Bank N.V.

29.CenE Bankiers

30.Chang Hwa Commercial Bank Ltd

31.Chiao Tung Bank Europe N.V.

32.Citco Bank Nederland N.V.

33.Citibank NA

34.Commerzbank (Nederland) NV

35.Consortium Helveticum B.V.

36.Crediet- en Effectenbank NV

37.Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland NV

38.Credit Suisse

39.CVB Bank N.V.

40.Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank Ned. NV

41.Daiwa Europe NV

42.De Factors BV, Internationaal Factors

43.De Hollandsche Bank-Unie NV

44.De Nationale Investeringsbank

45.De Nederlandsche Bank

46.Delta Lloyd Bank NV

47.Demir-Halk Bank


49.Deutsche Bank BelgiŽ

50.Deutsche Bank de Bary N.V.

51.Deutsche Bank in Nederland

52.Deutsche Hypothekenbank

53.Dexia Bank BelgiŽ

54.Dexia Bank Nederland


56.DNI Inter Asset Bank N.V. Tel: 31/70/342 54 25

57.DSB Bank

58.F. van Lanschot

59.Federale Kas voor het Beroepskrediet - FKBK

60.FGH Bank

61.FMN Finance House

62.Fortis ASR

63.Fortis Bank

64.Fortis Nv

65.Friesland Bank

66.Friesland Bank N.V.

67.Fuji Bank Nederland N.V.

68.geld uit grond investeringskapitaal liquide middelen

69.Generale Bank Eindhoven N.V. Tel:+31 040 2456001

70.Gunma Bank Europe N.V.Tel: +31 20 6760996


72.GWK Bank N.V. Tel +31 020 5690690

73.Hiroshima Bank (Europe) N.V. Tel:+31 020 6629119

74.Hollandse Koopmansbank NV Tel: +31 030 2984444

75.Hypo Real Estate Bank International

76.IDM Bank N.V.

77.Indonesische Overzeese Bank, NV De (The Indonesia Overseas Bank)Tel: +31 020 5700700

78.ING Bank

79.ING Group head office-Amsterdam

80.ING Private Banking

81.Internationale Nederlanden Bank NV Tel: +31 020 5415411


83.KAS Bank


85.Kempen & Co

86.Kocbank Nederland N.V.

87.Korea Exchange Bank (Branch)

88.Lanschot Bankiers NV, F. van Tel:+31 038 4260101

89.Lentjes & Drossaerts NV Tel: +31 020 6233511

90.Levob bank & verzekeringen

91.Levob Verzekeringen BV Tel: +31 033 4644911

92.Lloyds Bank PLC Tel: +31 020 5249300

93.Lloyds TSB Bank

94.Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch Cie (Nederland) N.v

95.Mees Pierson N.V.Tel: +31 030 2544309


97.MLP Private Finance

98.Morgan Nederland N.V., J.P. Tel:+31 020 6767766

99.Nachenius Tjeenk & Co. N.V

100.Nationale Investeringsbank NV, De Tel:+31 070 3425425

Nederlandse Investeringsbank voor Ontwikkelingslanden N.V. Tel: +31 070 3425425

101.Ned. Fin. Mij voor Ontwik. Landen Tel:+31 070 3149696

102.Nederlandse Waterschapsbank N.V.

103.Nikko Bank (Nederland) N.V. Tel: +31 020 6623296

104.Nomura Bank Nederland N.V. Tel:+31 020 5496969

105.OHRA Bank N.V. Tel:+31 026 3249510

106.OHRA Group

107.Pierson Heldring & Pierson NV Tel: +31 010 4035800



110.Rabobank Zeddam-Beek Tel:+31 4 65 9595

111.Rijnlandse Hypotheekbank BV Tel:+31 030 2893434

112.Robein Groep

113.Roparco NV

114.Schretlen & Co

115.Schroder Investment Management Nederland NV

116.SNS Bank

117.SNS Regiobank

118.Spaar en Voorschotbank B.A., Coop. Tel:+31 0512 361925

119.Sprangers & v.d. Ende BV Tel:+31 070 3469442

120.St. Bondspaarbanktrust Tel: +31 020 6221066


122.Stolk BV, Kon. Van Tel:+31 010 2650211

123.The Bank of Tokyo Holland NV

124.The Economy Bank NV

125.Thomas Cook Nederland B.V. Tel: +31 020 6965449

126.Tokai Bank Nederland NV Tel:+31 020 6271616

127.Triodos Bank

128.Triodosbank N.V. Tel:+31 030 6916544

129.UBS in Amsterdam

130.Van Lieshout & Partners

131.Veer Palthe VoŻte NV

132.Vola, B.V. Financieringsmij Tel:+31 020 5612345

133.Voorschotbank B.A., Coop. Tel: +31 0516 451441

134.VSB Bank N.V. Tel:+31 030 2301301

135.Waterschapsbank N.V., Ned. Tel:+31 070 3514231

136.Westdeutsche Landesbank (Europa) AG Tel: +31 010 4402700

137.Westenburg-Assurantien BV Tel:+31 076 5290290


139.WestLB Representative Office Amsterdam

Commercial Banks in Netherlands
Bank Mendes Gans
Bank Nederlandse Gemeenten
Canada Trust Bank N.V.
CDK Bank
De Nationale Investeringsbank N.V.
Fortis Bank
Friesland Bank
ING Bank Netherlands
ING Barings Bank International
ING Group
Kredietbank (KBC)
OHRA Verzekeringen en Bank Groep B.V.
Rabobank - Rabobank International
SNS Bank
VSB Bank





The Netherlands has a very strong economy and has been playing a special role in the European economy for many centuries. Since the 16th century, shipping, fishing, trade, and banking have been leading sectors of the Dutch economy. The Netherlands is one of the world's 10 leading exporting countries. Foodstuffs form the largest industrial sector. Other major industries include chemicals, metallurgy, machinery, electrical, goods and tourism. Examples include Unilever, Heineken, financial services (ING), chemicals (DSM), petroleum refining (Shell), electronical machinery (Philips, ASML) and car navigation TomTom.

The Netherlands has the 16th largest economy in the world, and ranks 7th in GDP (nominal) per capita. Between 1998 and 2000 annual economic growth (GDP) averaged nearly 4%, well above the European average. Growth slowed considerably from 2001 to 2005 with the global economic slowdown, but accelerated to 4.1% in the third quarter of 2007. Inflation is 1.3%, and unemployment is at 4.0% of the labour force. By Eurostat standards, unemployment in the Netherlands is at 4.1% (April 2010) – the lowest rate of all European Union member states.[53] The Netherlands also has a relatively low GINI coefficient of 0.326. Despite ranking only 7th in GDP per capita, UNICEF ranked the Netherlands 1st in child well-being.[54] On the Index of Economic Freedom Netherlands is the 13th most free market capitalist economy out of 157 surveyed countries.

The Netherlands introduced the euro in 1999. It is one of the 17 sovereign states that make up the Eurozone.Amsterdam is the financial and business capital of the Netherlands.[55] The Amsterdam Stock Exchange (AEX), part of Euronext, is the world's oldest stock exchange and is one of Europe's largest bourses. It is situated near Dam Square in the city's centre. As a founding member of the euro, the Netherlands replaced (for accounting purposes) its former currency, the "Gulden" (guilder), on 1 January 1999, along with 15 other adopters of the Euro. Actual euro coins and banknotes followed on 1 January 2002. One euro was equivalent to 2.20371 Dutch guilders.

The Netherlands' location gives it prime access to markets in the UK and Germany, with the port of Rotterdam being the largest port in Europe. Other important parts of the economy are international trade (Dutch colonialism started with cooperative private enterprises such as the VOC), banking and transport. The Netherlands successfully addressed the issue of public finances and stagnating job growth long before its European partners. Amsterdam is the 5th busiest tourist destination in Europe with more than 4.2 million international visitors.[56]

The country continues to be one of the leading European nations for attracting foreign direct investment and is one of the five largest investors in the United States. The economy experienced a slowdown in 2005, but in 2006 recovered to the fastest pace in six years on the back of increased exports and strong investment. The pace of job growth reached 10-year highs in 2007.The Netherlands moved up from the 11th position in the Global Competitiveness Index[57] to the 9th position in 2007.

One of the largest natural gas fields in the world is situated near Slochteren. Exploitation of this field resulted in a total revenue of €159 billion since the mid 1970s. With just over half of the reserves used up and an expected continued rise in oil prices, the revenues over the next few decades are expected to be at least that much


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