NIBC is an enterprising bank focused on its clients’ most decisive financial moments. We share a forward-thinking, can-do attitude we call our ‘think yes’ mentality, which shapes everything we do.
From our offices in The Hague, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London and Brussels, we service more than 1,000 businesses and 390,000 retail customers through a portfolio of client-focused products and services.
Putting clients first
Our clients are our top priority. As a professional, entrepreneurial and inventive financial partner, we build long-term relationships based on trust, transparency and reliability.
Your business can rely on us to develop tailor-made solutions to meet your changing needs, and to be ready to serve you at critical moments.
We are proud of the work we do for a wide range of corporations, financial institutions, institutional investors, financial sponsors, family offices, entrepreneurial investors and retail clients.
What we do
Our Corporate Banking expertise spans debt and equity mezzanine, mergers & acquisitions, capitalisation advisory, leveraged finance, structured finance, research and brokerage services and capital markets solutions. We are an agile and flexible financial partner to highly dynamic mid-sized businesses, offering clear and sustainable solutions to help them grow.
We offer provide insights and knowledge across select sectors and subsectors:
- Food, Agri & Retail & Health
- Industries & Manufacturing
- Telecom, Media, Technology & Services
- Commercial Real Estate
- Shipping & Intermodal
- Oil & Gas Services
- Infrastructure & Renewables
Customers of retail banking are enterprising, independent-minded individuals. We help them reach their financial goals, by providing transparent and easy-to-understand investment and mortgage products via our distribution partners, and online savings accounts through NIBC Direct in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium.
NIBC was founded in 1945 to finance the visionary entrepreneurs who helped rebuild the Netherlands after World War Two. Over time, we evolved from being a long-term lending bank to an enterprising bank offering advisory, financing and co-investing.
We were listed on the Dutch stock exchange from 1986 until we were acquired by two of Europe's largest pension funds in 1999. In 2005, a consortium of international financial institutions and investors organised by J.C. Flowers & Co. purchased all the outstanding equity interests of our bank, giving birth to NIBC in its current form.