Wietze Reehoorn

Wietze Reehoorn

Date of birth: 4 June 1962
Nationality: Dutch

Wietze Reehoorn was appointed to the Managing Board of ABN AMRO Group N.V., ABN AMRO Bank N.V.and Fortis Bank Nederland N.V. (as per 1 July 2010, merged with ABN AMRO Bank N.V.) on 1 April 2010 as Chief Risk Officer responsible for Risk Management & Strategy.

Wietze joined ABN AMRO in 1988 as a trainee and held several senior management positions in Wholesale, Commercial & Corporate Banking and Risk Management in Business Unit Netherlands and Europe. In 2000, he was appointed Corporate Executive Vice-President responsible for Financial Restructuring & Recovery (FR&R) and in 2001 he also became a member of the Management Team of Business Unit Netherlands responsible for Risk Management (including FR&R). In 2002, he became Head of Corporate Development of ABN AMRO Group NV responsible for group strategy and M&A.

He rejoined the Management Team of Business Unit Netherlands in 2004, responsible for Corporate Clients, and later became Head of Commercial and Corporate Banking. After the takeover of ABN AMRO by a consortium of banks in October 2007, Wietze Reehoorn was appointed CEO Merchant Banking for the combined commercial and corporate banking businesses in the Netherlands. In 2009, he joined the ABN AMRO and Fortis Bank Nederland Transition Team that was responsible for the integration of ABN AMRO and Fortis Bank Nederland up to 1 April 2010, with a focus on Risk Management & Strategy. From 1 April 2010 formally appointed on the Managing Board of ABN AMRO Bank N.V. as Chief Risk Officer responsible for Risk Management and Strategy including Corporate Development/Investor Relations and ALM (Asset & Liability Management).

Education:
Master's Degree Dutch Law (1986), University of Groningen

Affiliations:
  • Member of the Supervisory Board, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
  • Member of the Supervisory Board, Amsterdam Institute of Finance (AIF)
  • Member of the Supervisory Board, Topsport Community
  • Member of the Board, Abe Bonnema Foundation