On 29 November 2018, the Dutch Central Bank published its supervisory priorities for 2019. In addition to setting out the main risks, challenges and trends for the whole financial sector, the supervisor details its supervisory plans and investigations for each subsector. While the priorities differ for each subsector, it is clear that future-proofing remains a point of attention for pension funds.
Among the various priorities, the Dutch Central Bank will:
In relation to cyber risks and digitalisation, the supervisor will ensure that pension funds adequately manage their operational and IT risks. Finally, for pension fund management boards, it will focus on conflict of interest risks.
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