Marjan Oudeman steps down from ABN AMRO Supervisory Board

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ABN AMRO Head Office

Having contributed to the process of rebuilding ABN AMRO over the last six years, Marjan Oudeman has decided to step down from the Supervisory Board with effect from 30 September.

Her decision is related to other positions she holds and the time required to fulfil these positions, also taking into consideration the new phase the bank is entering.

Rik van Slingelandt, Chairman of the Supervisory Board: ‘We are grateful to Marjan for her valuable contribution to the process of rebuilding ABN AMRO and to the various activities of the Supervisory Board in recent years. Since 2009, Marjan has consistently displayed a great degree of professionalism, dedication and commitment, as a member of both the Supervisory Board and of the Remuneration, Selection & Nomination Committee and the Risk & Capital Committee.’

The procedure for finding a successor to Ms Oudeman is currently underway.

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