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Home Member State For Issuers of securities

The overview below will help you to determine whether the Netherlands is your home Member State and whether you are under the supervision of the AFM.

Overview

  Registered office in the Netherlands  Registered office in other EU Member State  Registered office outside the EU 
Listed companies issuing shares or bonds with a nominal value of less than €1,000  The Netherlands is home Member State, irrespective of whether securities have been admitted on a regulated market in the EU or on a security exchange outside the EU. The home Member State is the country in which the registered office is located. The Netherlands is home Member State for companies who have offered securities to the public for the first time in the Netherlands after 31 December 2003. This also applies to companies who have applied for admission to trading on a regulated market for the first time in the Netherlands, unless the company has opted for another Member State.
Listed companies issuing other securities, including bonds, with a nominal value of at least €1,000 Listed companies whose securities have been admitted to trading on a regulated market in the EU may choose between the Netherlands (registered office) or the Member State where their securities are being traded. Listed companies whose securities have been admitted to trading on a regulated market in the Netherlands may choose between the Netherlands (where their securities are being traded) or the country in which their registered office is located. The Netherlands is home Member State when securities have been admitted to trading on a regulated market in the Netherlands. If securities have been admitted to various regulated markets in the EU listed companies may choose which country is their home Member State.

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