Other services - Belgium (NBB)
Securities lending and borrowing
Belgian domestic debt instruments eligible in CBL qualify for CBL's securities lending and borrowing programme.
Multi-Market securities service
Please refer to the Multi-Market Securities page on the Clearstream website for a complete list of multi-market securities that are settled via KBC Securities and the corresponding instruction specifications.
Please refer to Disclosure Requirements - Belgium.
Please refer to the Investment regulation section of the Market Profile - Belgium.
CBF’s account with the NBB is an exempt (“X”) account. This means that customers may hold, in their CBF, CBL or LuxCSD account, NBB-eligible debt securities (dematerialised) that are admitted in the X/N system only on behalf of beneficial owners that qualify for exemption from Belgian withholding tax and by whom or on whose behalf the required certification procedures have been completed.
Based on Article 16 of the Royal Decree of 26 May 1994 (as amended), the NBB requests all direct participants (including CBF) to disclose, on a twice-monthly basis, the income amounts received by Belgian customers from NBB-eligible securities. This disclosure includes a report by type of instrument, payment date, identity of the direct customer of CBF (who is a resident of Belgium for tax purposes) and the total income amounts received by the respective CBF customer (including CBL and LuxCSD).
Furthermore, customers are required to be able to identify final beneficial owners. Individuals who are subject to income tax in Belgium and Belgian non-profit organisations are not exempt.
|Securities admitted in the X/N system of the NBB:|
Remaining state loans (ISINs starting with BE00009xxxxx) not yet accepted in the X/N system of the NBB: