The Belgian banks are, of course, applying all the sanctions decided upon by the competent international bodies and will do so further in the future.
In addition, the banks continue to play their social role to the full: many customers have questions about the consequences of a war in Europe and what international sanctions may mean in practical terms. The banks are ready to answer as many questions as possible from their customers (private individuals and companies) and to support them.
The banks are also closely monitoring the cybersecurity situation and are adapting the security systems where necessary. Protection against computer attacks is an important and permanent priority for the Belgian banks. They do their utmost to ensure the security of personal data and financial assets and the continuity of service provision.