Rabobank and insurance company Delta Lloyd have set up a joint investment company to put €200m into stock exchange-listed Dutch companies.
They hope to get other investors on board and boost total investment to €1bn, the Telegraaf reports on Tuesday.
‘The aim of the fund is to use our investment strength to improve the financial position of Dutch listed companies,’ the financial services groups said in a statement.
Only companies which are based in the Netherlands and earn most of their money from Dutch sources will be eligible for investment.
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