- ABN AMRO – A universal bank with offices in more than 50 countries. The bank offers a combination of consumer, commercial and investment banking services.
- AEGON Bank N.V. – A wholly-owned subsidiary of AEGON N.V., an international life insurance, pensions and asset management company with about 48 million customers worldwide.
- ASN Bank – The largest sustainable bank in the Netherlands, and the second most climate-friendly bank in the Netherlands after Triodos Bank. ASN focusses on social responsible and sustainable investments. It operates as a subsidiary of SNS Reaal.
- Bank of Scotland (Netherlands) – The Dutch subsidiary of Bank of Scotland plc, part of the Lloyds Banking Group. It was established in 1999 and is headquartered in Amsterdam.
- BinckBank – An independent Dutch online discount broker, and a market leader in the Netherlands. It focuses on services for online private and professional investors. BinckBank has more than 460,000 accounts with offices in the Netherlands, Belgium, and France. As of December 31, 2010, the Bank had total assets of €3.217 billion.
- Credit Europe Bank NV (CEB NV) – One of the top 10 largest commercial banks in Netherlands. Credit Europe Bank is focused on trade financing as well as on retail banking. The Bank provides a wide range of tailor-made corporate banking products, with a focus on trade and commodity finance and marine finance.
- De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB, The Dutch Bank) – The central bank of the Netherlands. DNB is responsible for safeguarding financial stability.
- DHB Bank (Demir-Halk Bank) was established in Rotterdam in 1992 as a Turkish-owned commercial bank under Dutch law. The bank conducts its activities through locations in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and Turkey, and in Macedonia via its subsidiary Export & Credit Bank.
- ING Group – One of the world's largest insurance and financial services companies. The Group was created in 1991 by a merger between Nationale-Nederlanden and NMB Postbank Group.
- Fortis Bank – It was the fourth biggest bank in the Netherlands. In 2010, Fortis Bank Nederland was integrated into the ABN AMRO Group.
- Friesland Bank – An independent retail bank based in Leeuwarden, Netherlands.
- NIBC bank (Nationale Investeringsbank) – A Dutch merchant bank that offers integrated solutions to mid-cap clients in the Benelux and Germany through a combination of advising, financing and co-investing. The bank is also a meaningful player in a select number of clearly defined asset financing classes.
- KAS BANK – KAS Bank N.V. has a reputation in Europe as a specialist in clearing, settlement and custodian services. KAS BANK's main target groups are institutional investors and financial institutions. The bank has offices in Amsterdam, London, and Wiesbaden.
- Kempen & Co – A Dutch merchant bank providing financial services in asset management, securities broking and corporate finance. Kempen & Co is a subsidiary of F. Van Lanschot Bankiers N.V.
- MeesPierson – A Dutch private bank headquartered in Rotterdam.
- Rabobank – Rabobank is the market leader in Dutch retail savings, residential mortgages (31%), and SME banking. It operates in 48 countries and serves approximately 10 million clients. Rabobank has the highest credit rating AAA from both Standard & Poor's and Moody's, and AA+ from Fitch.
- RegioBank is a subsidiary of SNS REAAL, one of the largest financial services groups in the Netherlands. With more than 500 advisors nationwide, Regio is very much a local bank.
- Robeco Group – One of the European leaders in asset management. At 30 June 2010, the Group had € 141 billion in assets under management and offers investment solutions to institutions and private clients the world over. Robeco is part of Rabobank Group.
- Royal Bank of Scotland N.V. (RBS N.V.) – A part of the RBS Group and covers the businesses that were acquired from ABN AMRO.
- SNS Bank – A retail bank offering financial products and services to individual and corporate customers. SNS Bank is a subsidiary of SNS REAAL and the fifth largest bank in the Netherlands. It was founded in 1817 and is headquartered in Utrecht.
- Triodos Bank – One of the world's leading sustainable banks. It is a pioneer in ethical banking. The Bank was established in 1980 and has branches in the Netherlands, Belgium, United Kingdom, Spain and Germany. As of end 2010, Triodos Bank had total assets of EUR 3.495 billion.
- Van Lanschot NV (the holding company of F. van Lanschot Bankiers NV) – A financial institution offering private banking and asset management services. In addition, the bank’s subsidiary Kempen & Co also serves the institutional market and offers investment services. F. van Lanschot Bankiers N.V. is the oldest independent bank in the Netherlands.