ABN AMRO leader in Transparency Benchmark 2019

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ABN AMRO is at the top of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Transparency Benchmark 2019. With a fourth place, ABN AMRO is, similar to 2017, one of the leading groups of most transparent organizations in the field of social reporting in the Netherlands and we once again won the prize for the greatest innovation in reporting for our Impact Report.

ABN AMRO strives for the greatest possible degree of transparency about its financial and non-financial results. The reporting on these subjects can be found in its Integrated Annual Review, but also in various other publications. This includes the Financial Annual Report, the Impact Report and the Human Rights Report. On November 20, 2019 the award ceremony of the Kristal Award 2019 was awarded to Schiphol. 

Tjeerd Krumpelman, Head of Advisory, Reporting & Engagement ABN AMRO: “In recent years we have focused strongly on integrated reporting. This fits within our reassessed strategy in which sustainability plays a central role. The combination of our Integrated Annual Review and our Impact Report enables us to report more and more transparently about the impact we have as an organization. We are proud to see that our efforts in the field of transparent reporting are appreciated with this fourth spot on the Transparency Benchmark.

The Transparency Benchmark is a biennial study by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate and the Dutch Professional Association of Accountants (NBA) into the transparency of social reporting at Dutch companies. Via the Transparency Benchmark, 500 companies compete for the Kristal Award, a leading prize in the field of most transparent social reporting.

More information (in Dutch only) about the Transparency Benchmark can be found at: www.transparantiebenchmark.nl.

Read the integrated reports of ABN AMRO here.

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