SME bank loan interest rates in the Netherlands 2011-2020, by contract size

Interest rates on SME loans started to increase after the COVID-19 measures were lifted in the Netherlands in September 2020, although they were still lower than figures from early 2019. SMEs, or mkb (an abbreviation of midden- en kleinbedrijf) in Dutch, are a big provider for the economy in the Netherlands, as they are the second-largest type of business enterprise present in the country. In January 2020, right before the coronavirus arrived in the Netherlands, the number of SMEs that were registered at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce nearly reached around 444,000.

Interest rate of bank loans to SMEs in the Netherlands from January 2011 to September 2020, by contract size

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November 2020



Survey time period

January 2011 to September 2020

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