ABN AMRO
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ABN AMRO headquarters  

ABN AMRO is a multinational universal bank servicing retail, private and commercial banking clients. ABN AMRO has a long and rich history reaching back almost 300 years. The current structure of ABN AMRO Group is a result of various steps taken over the past period, ultimately resulting in the Legal Merger between ABN AMRO Bank and Fortis Bank Nederland as subsidiaries of ABN AMRO Group as at 1 July 2010. The Dutch State holds all ordinary shares of ABN AMRO Group and has full control over ABN AMRO Group with a total financial interest of 97.8%. The remaining 2.2% is held by institutional investors via ABN AMRO Preferred Investments. ABN AMRO Group’s shares are not publicly listed. ABN AMRO is the number 3 retail bank in the Netherlands, serving approximately 6.8 million customers and offering professional advice and best-in-class products to retail clients at all stages of their lives. ABN AMRO is a leading commercial and merchant bank in the Netherlands, offering customised financial advice and products to companies based in the Netherlands and their operations abroad. Commercial & Merchant Banking’s (C&MB) client base encompasses start-ups and the self-employed, small and medium-sized enterprises, and large corporates and financial institutions. In addition to its strong position in the Netherlands, ABN AMRO leads a number of global specialist markets with its Energy, Commodities & Transportation, ABN AMRO Clearing and collateralised finance businesses (factoring and lease in Western Europe). ABN AMRO is a market leader in private banking in the Netherlands with a strong local presence in a select number of countries in Europe and Asia. Private banking activities are organised into two business lines: Private Banking Netherlands, operating under the brand name ABN AMRO MeesPierson, and Private Banking International, operating under the brands ABN AMRO Private Banking and local brands such as Banque Neuflize OBC in France and Delbrück Bethmann Maffei AG in Germany.

Head office address:
Gustav Mahlerlaan 10
Amsterdam 1082PP
Netherlands
Phone: 31 20 628 9393
Fax: 31 20 629 9111

ABN AMRO's head office was designed by architect Henry Cobb of the Pei Cobb Freed & Partners agency from New York, best known for the pyramid at the Louvre in Paris.

Website: www.abnamro.com

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