Dutch Banking Code
The Dutch Banking Code, drawn up by the Dutch Association of Banks, came into force on 1 January 2010. The Code focuses on making the best interest of the customer a priority, on the principles of risk management, auditing and governance, and on compensation policies. The Banking Code applies to all banks with a banking license. Deviations from the principles of the Banking Code are allowed, provided that the reasons are explained. Amsterdam Trade Bank N.V. (ATB) adheres to the Banking Code and has implemented changes in accordance with the Code’s 2015 revisions. Details of ATB’s adherence to the code can be found in our implementation document.