Bank Nederlandse Gemeenten provides specialized financial services in the Netherlands. It offers customized financial services, such as loans and advances, payment services, area development, and asset management, as well as funds transfer, consultancy, electronic banking, and investment services.
The company also participates in public-private partnership. It serves local authorities and public sector institutions in the areas of housing, healthcare, education, and public utilities. The company was founded in 1914 in The Hague as the Gemeentelijke Credietbank (Municipal Credit Bureau), changed its name to Bank voor Nederlandsche Gemeenten in 1922, before finally changing it to Bank Nederlandse Gemeenten in 1990s.
The company has not participated in any projects.
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