Malinga ndi Dutch Trust Office Supervision Act, ntchito yotsatirayi imawonedwa ngati ntchito yodalirika: kuperekedwa kwa boma kwa kampani yovomerezeka kapena kampani yophatikizidwa ndi kupatsidwa zina zowonjezera ntchito. Ntchito zina zowonjezerazi, mwa zina, zimatha kupereka upangiri wa zamalamulo, kusamalira ndalama zamsonkho ndi kugwira ntchito zokhudzana ndi kukonzekera, kuwunika kapena kufufuza maakaunti apachaka kapena kayendetsedwe ka kayendetsedwe ka bizinesi. Mwakuchita, kuperekedwa kwa domicile ndi kuperekedwa kwa ntchito zowonjezera zimasiyanitsidwa nthawi zambiri; ntchitozi siziperekedwa ndi chipani chimodzi. Phwando lomwe limapereka zothandizira zina zimabweretsa kasitomala kulumikizana ndi phwando lomwe limapereka domicile kapena mosinthanitsa. Mwanjira imeneyi, opereka chithandizo onsewa samagwirizana ndi Dutch Trust Office Supervision Act.
However, with a Memorandum of Amendment of June 6, 2018, a proposal was made to impose a prohibition on this separating of services. This prohibition entails that service providers are proving a trust service according to the Dutch Trust Office Supervision Act when they provide services that are aimed both at the provision of domicile and at the provision of additional services. Without a permit, a service provider is therefore no longer allowed to provide additional services and to subsequently bring the client in contact with a party that provides domicile. Furthermore, a service provider who does not have a permit may not act as an intermediary by bringing a client in contact with various parties who can provide domicile and provide additional services. The bill to amend the Dutch Trust Office Supervision Act is now in the Senate. When this bill is adopted, this will have major consequences for many companies; a lot of companies will have to apply for a permit under the Dutch Trust Office Supervision Act in order to continue their current activities.