Supervision

Who monitors the activities of ABN AMRO?

The designated authorities

ABN AMRO is supervised in The Netherlands by the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets and De Nederlandsche Bank. For information about monitoring activities, you can call one of the special Consumer Information Lines listed below. These can be reached on working days between 10 am and 5 pm.

The Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets Consumer Information Line

If you have any questions about providers of financial products and services, you can call the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets Consumer Information Line: 0800 - 54 00 540 (free).

De Nederlandsche Bank Information Desk

If you have questions or comments about the Euro, pension plans, banks or insurers in The Netherlands, you can contact De Nederlandsche Bank Public Information Desk at +31(0)800 - 02 01 068 (free), or you can call the general telephone number: +31(0)20 - 52 49 111 (local rate).

What kind of information can I get?

The Consumer Information Lines offer general information. They do not offer advice about which particular financial product to choose. These Consumer Information Lines also do not promote the institutions which they monitor. These Consumer Information Lines can, however, offer help in referring you to the appropriate authority if you have a complaint about an institution supervised by them (dispute committees, ombudsmen, etc). The supervisors themselves will not act as arbitrators in disputes.