ABN AMRO opens branch at Schiphol Airport.
Gerrit Zalm, chairman of the ABN AMRO Managing Board, will today open a new bank branch at Schiphol Airport. The branch is located in Arrivals Hall 3 of Schiphol Plaza. Pieter Verboom, CFO of Schiphol Group, will attend the opening.
Customers can do their banking business at the new branch from 7 am to 10 pm, 365 days a year. ABN AMRO is the only bank in the Netherlands to operate a branch that is open every day of the year.
ABN AMRO has had a branch at the airport since 1957, which originally offered currency exchange services. Having expanded its services at the airport over the years, the bank now operates eight exchange offices, two bank branches, an office serving international customers and expats, and a lounge. Schiphol and ABN AMRO agreed in 2007 that the bank would be based at the airport for at least another ten years.
ABN AMRO provides the following services at Schiphol Airport:
Eight exchange offices, two bank branches and the ABN AMRO lounge
18 cash machines issuing euros and two cash machines issuing dollars
Two multifunctional cash machines (withdrawals and deposits)
Four currency exchange machines
Five seal bag machines
Three coin roll wrapper machines
13 e-purse (“chipknip”) loading points
A total of more than 2.5 million transactions were performed at the airport in 2010. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has 45 million travellers. Passengers travelling through Schiphol Airport contribute EUR 11 billion to the Dutch economy.
ABN AMRO Press Office: 020-6288900