The Stichting Netherlands Advisory Board (NAB) on impact investing was granted the ANBI status (Algemeen nut beogende installing - Public Benefit Organization in Dutch) by the Tax and Customs Administration of the Netherlands. An organization can be awarded this status if at least 90% of its efforts are contributing to the public good.
The ANBI status grants the NAB and its donors a list of advantages, specifically tax deductions. Donations made by natural and legal persons to the NAB can be deducted against tax income. More information on tax advantages can be found here.
Purpose: To be the prime platform in the Netherlands supporting the impact investment ecosystem and to be recognized as a leading center of expertise and innovation in the sector. More about our mission and objectives here.
ENGAGE - Work with public and private organizations, and bring very diverse groups of stakeholders together, stimulate cooperation to reduce fragmentation of efforts, and advocate for market-driven policies based on evidence and global best practices towards policymakers and financial institutions.
INSPIRE - Increase awareness and understanding of impact investing by the larger public and by financial institutions to help them make the right choices.
CATALYSE - Together with stakeholders, shape the ecosystem to match the supply and demand of capital, co-create solutions addressing the barriers limiting the scale and efficiency of the impact investing ecosystem.
More about our strategy can be found here.
Board: The Board is formed to be representative of the main stakeholders of the Dutch impact investing ecosystem. Our board members work on a volunteer basis, they do not receive any remuneration for their work. More about our board members here.
Staff remuneration policy: The salaries of NAB employees are in line with market practice and follow the basic salary guideline of Goede Doelen Nederland. The remuneration is determined by the Board. More about our staff can be found here.
Annual report: Find our 2022 Impact Report here and our 2021 ANBI annual compulsory form here. Our Financial Statements for first extended year 2020-2021 can be found here.