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NIBC, originally called the ‘Maatschappij tot Financiering van Nationaal Herstel', was founded in 1945 by the Dutch government along with a number of commercial banks and institutional investors. It was set up to provide financing for the post-World War II economic recovery of the Netherlands. This entity was renamed De Nationale Investeringsbank (DNIB) in 1971 and was listed on the Dutch stock exchange from 1986 to 1999. In 1999, two of Europe's largest pension funds, ABP and PGGM, made a public offer for the shares of DNIB through a new joint venture, named NIB Capital N.V. They acquired a 85 percent stake, leaving the Dutch government with a minority interest of 15 percent. NIB Capital acquired these remaining shares from the Dutch State in May 2004.
NIBC offers services regarding debt and equity mezzanine, mergers & acquisitions, capitalisation advisory, leveraged finance, structured finance, research and brokerage services and capital markets solutions.
2517 KJ The Hague
Paulus de Wilt |
Annual report 2019|
CSR report 2019
listed on Euronext Amsterdam
In December 2005, a consortium of international financial institutions and investors purchased all the outstanding equity interests of NIB Capital, NIBC Holding was formed and NIB Capital became its wholly-owned subsidiary. The name changed from NIB Capital to NIBC. NIBC Holding shares trade as NIBC on Euronext Amsterdam.
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Voluntary initiativesNIBC has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
- Basel Convention
- Climate Statement Dutch Banking Association (NVB)
- Code Banken (Dutch Banking Code)
- Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora
- Dutch Banking Sector Agreement on International Responsible Business Conduct regarding Human Rights
- Equator Principles
- Global Reporting Initiative
- Montreal Protocol on Ozone Depleting Substances
- Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF)
- Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI)
- Ramsar Convention
- Responsible Ship Recycling Statement
- Rotterdam Convention
- Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants
- UNEP Finance Initiative
- UNESCO World Heritage Convention
- United Nations Global Compact
NIBC's webpage on corporate social responsibility can be viewed here.
Implementation and reporting
NIBC is reporting on the implementation here.