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28 January 2020 / news

The Trust Offices (Supervision) Act 2018: one year later

As per 1 January 2019, the Trust Offices (Supervision) Act 2018 entered into force. The new Act has the objective the professionalize the trust sector in the Netherlands and tightens up the standards with which trust offices must comply when providing services.

This Quoted discusses the main changes, including the extended scope of the Act and the more stringent client screening process. We will also examine recent developments, such as the publication of the Factsheet on the new Act and the Dutch Central Bank’s Good Practices on Tax Integrity Risks.

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