ABN AMRO best corporate bank in the Netherlands fourth time in a row

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MT Finance Magazine today announced the results of its annual survey to find the best financial services providers of 2016. ABN AMRO has retained its position at the top of the list for the fourth consecutive year, coming in first in eight different categories.

RvB-lid Joop Wijn: “We want to be the best corporate bank for businesses,” said Joop Wijn, member of ABN AMRO’s Managing Board. “For the fourth consecutive year, our clients have confirmed that we deliver on that ambition. We wish to thank our clients for their trust and appreciation. It’s a compliment to our colleagues at Corporate Banking and the functions involved. I am excited that everyone is so focused on our clients, because a large number of clients were transferred in the past year and Reliable and Responsible Banking is taking up a lot of our time.”


Dutch managers rate ABN AMRO’s reputation as best of all banks. ABN AMRO advanced from second to first place in the categories Finance and Equipment Lease. In the categories Cash Management, Corporate Finance, Credit Management, Factoring & Incasso, Asset Management and Wealth Management, ABN AMRO maintained its first place, continuing last year's performance.

MT Finance survey

The MT Finance survey was held for the fourteenth time this year. Managers involved in hiring financial service providers are asked to state which service providers they would recommend in a number of different financial disciplines. For more information on the MT Finance survey, read the news item on the MT website (Dutch only).

Best CFO

Alongside ABN AMRO’s award, the bank’s Managing Board member Kees van Dijkhuizen came in first in a new category of the MT Finance survey: ‘Best CFO’. Read the interview with Kees van Dijkhuizen on the MT Finance website (Dutch only).


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