MeesPierson is a Dutch private bank. Its history dates back to 1720, when Gregorius Mees set up as a broker of bills of exchange and insurance in Rotterdam. MeesPierson is known for being the Dutch royal family's bankers.

In 2010, MeesPierson changed its name to ABN AMRO MeesPierson. Today, it has 20 branches located throughout the Netherlands as well as operations in Belgium, France, Germany, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Jersey, Luxembourg, Singapore and the UAE. MeesPierson is an arm of ABN AMRO Private Banking, the third largest private bank in the Eurozone and the 7th largest in Europe. ABN AMRO Private Banking includes the following private banks: ABN AMRO MeesPierson in the Netherlands, Bethmann Bank in Germany and Neuflize OBC in France. The company works exclusively on behalf of clients who have investable assets of €1 million or more. In July 2013, ABN AMRO announced its decision to discontinue its Curacao-based activities. ABN AMRO MeesPierson has been named Best Private Bank in the Netherlands by Euromoney for the 14th time in a row (2017).

It was also named the winner in the following categories:

- Best private banking services overall
- Net-worth-specific services (Super affluent clients $ 1 million - $5 million)
- Succession Planning
- Philanthropic Advice
- Innovative Technology (Back Office Systems)

Head office address:
Jachthavenweg 112
1081 KJ Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Phone: +31 20 628 1300

MeesPierson Curaçao (closed)
1 Berg Arrarat
P.O. Box 3860
Willemstad, Curaçao
Netherlands Antilles