A bill has been submitted introducing a notification requirement under the Financial Markets Supervision Acts for certain cash settled instruments. Existing notification requirements include shares and/or votes which are at the disposal of others. The bill would extend the notification requirement to holders of financial instruments where the increase in value of the instruments is partly dependent on the increase in value of the (underlying) shares or related dividends. Examples are contracts for difference and total equity return swaps. The use of these types of instrument can cause the holder to have an influence on the way in which the rights attached to the shares are exercised.