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Total value of liabilities of Special Financial Institutions (SFIs) in the Netherlands from 2003 to 2017
(in million euros)
Total liabilities of SFIs in the Netherlands 2003-2017
This statistic shows the total liabilities of Special Financial Institutions (SFIs) in the Netherlands from 2003 to 2017 (in million euros). The source defines an SFI as resident Dutch enterprises or institutions, fully owned by foreign direct investors, that act as financial intermediary between other parts of the group to which they belong. The financial assets and liabilities of these institutions usually are related to direct investment via the Netherlands in third countries or are connected to the channeling of funds collected in the direction of the foreign investor. In 2017, total liabilities of these institutions were worth approximately 4,442 billion euros.
Total value of liabilities of Special Financial Institutions (SFIs) in the Netherlands from 2003 to 2017
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Source

Release date

March 2018

Region

Netherlands

Survey time period

2003 to 2017

Supplementary notes

According to the source: "the data presented is mostly based on balance reportings (sic). Data about domestic assets in the form of participations in domestic daughter companies and loans to these companies, are based these companies reporting to the Statistical Bureau of the Netherlands (CBS)".

Total liabilities of SFIs in the Netherlands 2003-2017
This statistic shows the total liabilities of Special Financial Institutions (SFIs) in the Netherlands from 2003 to 2017 (in million euros). The source defines an SFI as resident Dutch enterprises or institutions, fully owned by foreign direct investors, that act as financial intermediary between other parts of the group to which they belong. The financial assets and liabilities of these institutions usually are related to direct investment via the Netherlands in third countries or are connected to the channeling of funds collected in the direction of the foreign investor. In 2017, total liabilities of these institutions were worth approximately 4,442 billion euros.
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