Amsterdam Trade Bank N.V ("ATB") filed for bankruptcy

On 22 April 2022, Amsterdam Trade Bank N.V. ("ATB"), with trade name FIBR, filed for bankruptcy and was declared bankrupt by the Amsterdam District Court. The court appointed A. van Hees and J.E.P.A. van Hooff as bankruptcy trustees.

The deposit guarantee scheme will come into effect as a result of the bankruptcy. Information on the deposit guarantee scheme for ATB can be found at www.dnb.nl. De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) publishes news about deposit guarantees on its website and in national newspapers. Account holders will receive a letter from DNB shortly. This way, everyone receives information about the procedure for receiving the compensation. If you have a specific question on the deposit guarantee scheme, please contact the DNB Infodesk by telephone at 0800-0201068 (free of charge in the Netherlands) or +31 20 5249111 (from abroad) or by email at info@dnb.nl. The Information Desk of DNB is open from Mondays to Fridays, between 09:00 and 19:00.

UPDATE: 28 April 2022: As of today, account holders of ATB can claim payment under the deposit guarantee scheme. Please visit DNB for more information.

If you are a creditor of ATB and you have any other specific questions with regard to the bankruptcy, please contact the bankruptcy trustees’ information desk by email at infoatb@stibbe.com. The trustees will inform the creditors in more detail in the near future.

Rob Sebes (+31653547705) is available to answer any questions from the press.