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Dutch financial laws and regulation in force on or about 1 July 2015

Dutch financial laws and regulation in force on or about 1 July 2015

Dutch financial laws and regulation in force on or about 1 July 2015

01.07.2015 NL law

Amendments to the Dutch Financial Supervision Act are set to enter into force either on 1 January and 1 July of each year. An overview of the recent amendments that entered into force on or about 1 July 2015 is provided below.

 

Relevant act

Date of entry in force

 

 

Implementing Act pursuant to the Single Supervisory Mechanism Regulation

12 June 2015

Regulation to amend the Wft Exemptions Regulation regarding the amendment of the exemptions to the offering of securities

1 July 2015

Act implementing Directive 2013/11/EU on alternative dispute resolution for consumer disputes

9 July 2015

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