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Juridische fusie NN Schade en VIVAT Schade afgerond

4 januari 2021

Als onderdeel van de integratie van de activiteiten van NN Schade (Nationale-Nederlanden Schadeverzekering Maatschappij N.V.) en VIVAT Schade (VIVAT Schadeverzekeringen N.V.), heeft NN goedkeuring gekregen van toezichthouder De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) om de juridische fusie van VIVAT Schade en NN Schade uit te voeren. Als gevolg hiervan is VIVAT Schade opgehouden te bestaan en nam NN Schade alle rechten en verplichtingen over. De juridische fusie vond plaats op 31 december 2020 en trad in werking op 1 januari 2021.

Dit persbericht is een verkorte weergave van het originele rechtsgeldende Engelstalige persbericht op nn-group.com.


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Nationale-Nederlanden is een financiële dienstverlener die producten en diensten aanbiedt op het gebied van verzekeringen, pensioenen en bankactiviteiten aan ruim 6 miljoen particuliere en zakelijke klanten in Nederland. Al meer dan 175 jaar helpen onze medewerkers mensen zorgen voor wat zij écht belangrijk vinden. Nationale-Nederlanden is onderdeel van NN Group, een internationale financiële dienstverlener actief in 18 landen en toonaangevend in een aantal Europese landen en Japan. NN Group N.V. is genoteerd aan Euronext Amsterdam (NN).  

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