ABN AMRO announces today that Hans Hanegraaf has been appointed as Country Executive ABN AMRO Singapore and Head of Private Banking Asia & Middle East.
Jeroen Rijpkema, CEO of ABN AMRO Private Banking International said, "Hans has extensive experience in various commercial and management positions in both international and domestic markets, providing him with the seniority and broad banking experience needed to lead ABN AMRO in this important region."
Hans Hanegraaf is succeeding Hugues Delcourt, who will leave ABN AMRO by the end of September to take on an important leadership position elsewhere in the financial sector. Rijpkema added: "During his tenure with ABN AMRO, Hugues has successfully positioned ABN AMRO Singapore and expanded our Private Banking activities in Asia and Middle East. I want to thank him for his contribution to our bank and wish him all the best in his personal and professional future."
ABN AMRO in Asia and Middle East
ABN AMRO in Asia and the Middle East is active in Private Banking, Corporate Banking and Clearing. It is a leading provider of private banking services with offices in Singapore, Hong Kong and Dubai. ABN AMRO is recognised as well for its expertise in ECT (Energy, Commodities & Transportation). ABN AMRO has been present in the region since 1826 and employs close to 800 staff there.
ABN AMRO Private Banking is the international wealth management division of ABN AMRO Bank with over USD 230 billion of total assets under management. The domestic and international offices in 10 markets worldwide include the respected private banks ABN AMRO MeesPierson in the Netherlands (Est. 1720), Bethmann Bank in Germany (Est. 1712) and Neuflize OBC in France (Est. 1667). ABN AMRO Private Banking is the 3rd largest private bank in the Eurozone, 7th in Europe and holds a top 20 position in private banking in Asia.
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