ABN AMRO continues to strengthen its leading Energy, Commodities & Transportation (ECT) Clients business with the appointments of Rui Florencio as Global Head of Metals Commodities Clients and Friso Koopmans as Global Head of Energy Commodities Clients.
Rui Florencio (40) has been part of ECT Commodities Clients for 15 years in different roles, including his previous role as Global Head of Energy Commodities Clients. Friso Koopmans (39) joined the bank in 2001 and has fulfilled various roles within ABN AMRO in general and ECT Commodities Clients in particular, lastly as Head of Risk & Portfolio Management Commodities Netherlands.
Jan-Maarten Mulder, Global Head of ECT Commodities Clients, said: ‘Both Rui Florencio and Friso Koopmans are highly valued for their strong commodity sector experience and commitment. I am very pleased to announce their appointments today’.
ABN AMRO’s Energy, Commodities & Transportation Clients department provides standard and structured wholesale banking services to global clients in sectors such as commodity finance, shipping, agriculture, oil & gas and offshore oil services. Headquartered in Amsterdam, ECT also has offices in Athens, Dallas, Dubai, Hong Kong, Moscow, New York, Oslo, Rotterdam, Sao Paulo, Shanghai and Singapore – part of ABN AMRO’s overall international network spanning 23 countries.