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Rechtsbijstand Nationale-Nederlanden overgedragen aan DAS

1 juli 2019

Nationale-Nederlanden, DAS en SRK Rechtsbijstand (SRK) hebben vandaag de overgang afgerond van de rechtsbijstand dossiers van SRK naar DAS. De afgelopen periode hebben de partijen nauw samengewerkt om de overgang van de dienstverlening voor zowel klanten als medewerkers van de bestaande naar de nieuwe dienstverlener zo soepel mogelijk te laten verlopen. De ondernemingsraden van DAS en SRK zijn eerder akkoord gegaan.

Tot 1 juli werd de rechtsbijstand van Nationale-Nederlanden uitgevoerd door SRK Rechtsbijstand. Door de samenwerking met DAS brengt Nationale-Nederlanden het rechtshulpaanbod van NN, ING Verzekeringen en OHRA samen bij één aanbieder. Voor ABN AMRO Verzekeringen blijft de dienstverlening bij ARAG.


Over Nationale-Nederlanden

Nationale-Nederlanden is een financieel dienstverlener met ruim 5 miljoen particuliere en zakelijke klanten in Nederland. Dagelijks zetten onze medewerkers zich in om de financiële toekomst van onze klanten veilig te stellen. Nationale-Nederlanden is sinds de negentiende eeuw actief op de Nederlandse markt en biedt verzekeringen, pensioenen en bancaire producten. Het is onderdeel van NN Group, een internationale financiële dienstverlener met een beursnotering aan Euronext Amsterdam.

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