ABN AMRO announces resolutions of General Meeting of Shareholders

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ABN AMRO Head Office

At the General Meeting of Shareholders held today, Rik van Slingelandt was appointed as new Chairman of the Supervisory Board for a period of two years following the retirement of Hessel Lindenbergh.

The terms of most Supervisory Board members came to an end at this General Meeting of Shareholders. To allow for more diversity of the expiry dates of the appointments going forward, the following resolutions were taken:

  • Hans de Haan was reappointed for a period of one year (until the General Meeting of Shareholders in 2015);

  • Rik van Slingelandt was reappointed for a period of two years (until the General Meeting of Shareholders in 2016); 

  • Annemieke Roobeek was reappointed for a period of three years (until the General Meeting of Shareholders in 2017); 

  • Peter Wakkie was reappointed for a period of three years (until the General Meeting of Shareholders in 2017); 

  • Steven ten Have was reappointed for a period of four years (until the General Meeting of Shareholders in 2018); 

  • Bert Meerstadt was reappointed for a period of four years (until the General Meeting of Shareholders in 2018); 

  • Marjan Oudeman was reappointed for a period of four years (until the General Meeting of Shareholders in 2018).

All members of the Managing Board, except for Kees van Dijkhuizen who was appointed in 2013 for a period of four years, were reappointed for a period of four years.

Following approval of the 2013 annual accounts, the proposed dividend for ordinary shareholders for the 2013 financial year of EUR 350 million was approved. An interim dividend of EUR 150 million was already paid in September 2013. The final dividend for ordinary shareholders of EUR 200 million will be paid no later than 17 April 2014.

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