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Licence financial services provider

This information is provided by: Netherlands Enterprise Agency

If you provide financial services in the Netherlands, you must have a licence to perform any of the following activities:

You apply for these permits at the Dutch Central Bank (DNB) or the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM). In the last case you can use the AFM Digital portalExternal link. A professional liability insurance (beroepsaansprakelijkheidsverzekering) is required, in order to apply for a permit.

Notifying as a healthcare insurer

If you intend to operate as a healthcare insurer, you must also notify the Dutch Healthcare Authority (Nederlandse Zorgautoriteit, NZa) by submitting a model agreement. The NZa assesses whether the model agreement satisfies the requirements of the Healthcare Insurance Act.

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