Company Overview of ABN AMRO Group N.V.
ABN AMRO Group N.V. provides a range of banking and financial services for retail, private, and commercial customers in the Netherlands and internationally. The company operates through Retail Banking, Private Banking, and Corporate Banking segments. It offers personal banking products and services, including savings products, retirement products, investment products, payments, loans, and mortgages, as well as travel, car, living, life, liability and legal, and valuables insurance products. The company also provides private banking products and services, including wealth management services; and business banking products and services for start-ups, and small and medium-sized enterprises, as ...
Gustav Mahlerlaan 10
Amsterdam, 1082 PP
Founded in 2009
Key Executives for ABN AMRO Group N.V.
Chief Financial Officer and Member of the Managing Board
Vice Chairman of The Managing Board and Chief Operating Officer
Chief Risk Officer and Member of the Managing Board
Senior Managing Director of Private Banking International
Senior Managing Director of Corporate Clients
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
ABN AMRO Group N.V. Key Developments
Dutch Government Mulls Privatization Of Stake In ABN AMRO
Jun 28 15
The Dutch government is seeking privatization of ABN AMRO Group N.V. by announcing plans to sell a 25% stake and valuing the bank at about €15.6 billion. ABN Amro will help lead manage its own initial public offering, the Dutch government agency overseeing the deal said.
ABN Amro's Listing in 2015 Not Certain
Jun 23 15
Dutch Finance Minister JeroenDijsselbloem said on June 23, 2015, it is not clear whether ABN AMRO Group N.V. will be able to have a stock market listing in 2015.
Dutch Government Plans To Sell A 30% In ABN AMRO
May 22 15
The Dutch government has fired the starting gun on the privatization of ABN AMRO Group N.V. by announcing plans to sell a 30% stake and valuing the bank at about €15 billion. High quality global journalism requires investment. Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Dutch finance minister, announced the plans for an initial public offering ABN at a press conference on May 22, 2015. He said the government was optimistic of winning the necessary approval of parliament for the initial public offering. The bank will have “strong protection from takeover” and the government will remain a shareholder for a number of years, Dijsselbloem said. The Dutch government aims to raise about €4.5 billion from selling a 20% to 30% stake as early as the fourth quarter of this year.
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