The SVB in figures

5.7 million people receive a pension or benefit from us. Every year, we pay out over 50 billion euros in pensions and benefits.

List of schemes and legislation

We implement 18 social insurance schemes.

Percentage of clients per scheme:

  • AOW pension 63%
  • Child benefit 33%
  • AIO supplement 1%
  • PGB personal care budget 2%
  • Other schemes 1%

Our staff

4772 people work for us, 54% of whom are women and 46% men.

Percentages depending on age group

  • 2% are under 25 
  • 28% are aged 25 to 34 
  • 19% are aged 35 to 44
  • 21% are aged 45 to 54
  • 26% are aged 55 to 64
  • 4% are aged 65 or over

Figures per scheme for 2022

Select the scheme to see the number of clients for that scheme and the amount paid out to these clients in 2022

AOW is a national old-age pension paid by the Dutch government.

In total, we paid 44,581 million euros in AOW pension to 3,581,261 clients.

Child benefit is a payment to help you with the cost of caring for a child.

In total, we paid 3,929 million euros in child benefit to 1,869,831 clients.

Anw benefit (Anw = National Survivor Benefits Act) is a government-funded basic income for people who have lost their partner, or for children who have lost both parents.

In total, we paid 372.2 million euros in Anw survivor benefit to 22,533 clients.

The AIO supplement is an income support benefit for people who have reached their AOW pension age.

In total, we paid 360.6 million euros in AIO supplement to 52,813 clients.

Remigration benefit is for people who live in the Netherlands and wish to return to their country of birth.

In total, we paid 39.1 million euros to 6,486 clients.

Child budget is an extra payment for families with children.

In total, we paid 13.5 million euros in child budget to 8,032 clients.

The bridging benefit (OBR) is a temporary income supplement.

In total, we paid 1.1 million euros in bridging benefit to 101 clients.

The Asbestos Victims Compensation Scheme is meant for people who have become ill from asbestos.

In total, we paid 6.9 million euros under the compensation scheme for asbestos victims.

The CSE scheme is for people who have become ill after coming into contact with solvents.

In total, we paid 0.3 million euros under the compensation scheme for victims of chronic solvent-induced encephalopathy (CSE).

In total, we paid 0.9 million euros in income support for people living outside the Netherlands. This was paid to 100 clients.