Investor

Investor

Dies Donker (Head of Investor Relations ABN AMRO) about our relationship with investors during the bank’s IPO.

“We were in close contact with investors throughout the IPO process. During the 8-day roadshow in Europe and the US, we held more than 100 meetings and talked to over 250 institutional investors.”

"Our investors gave us valuable input as we mapped out the bank’s future and set our financial targets. It took us several years to prepare for the Initial Public Offering (IPO). During this time, we met with many institutional investors on a regular basis to put our bank on their radar and hear their views. They gave us valuable input as we set the bank’s financial targets and mapped out its future. Investors were looking forward to seeing us listed and were pleased with how the IPO went. Employees, too, were proud about the listing. Afterwards, my colleagues and I watched a video of ABN AMRO teams around the world as they watched the listing ceremony and cheered. Staff all the way from Hong Kong to São Paulo to Chicago and Amsterdam, and at every office in the Netherlands, were dressed in green and yellow to celebrate the big event. All of us had been working towards a common goal, and that was to become a listed bank.”