ABN AMRO was named ‘Best Commodities Finance Bank (global)’ at the prestigious Trade Finance Awards 2017 at the Guildhall in London. In addition, ABN AMRO received five accolades in the category ‘Transactions - Deals of the Year’.
Rutger van Nouhuijs, CEO Corporate & Institutional Banking: ‘We are very proud to have been named ‘Best Commodities Finance Bank’ after last having won the award ten years ago. Our commodities business is an important part of our activities. I would like to thank our clients for their trust in us.’
Euromoney’s Trade Finance Magazine has been reviewing the global trade and export finance markets since 1983. Over the years, trade finance has gone from a basic letter-of-credit product to highly structured financial solutions. The Trade Finance Awards were held for the fifteenth time on 29 March 2017.
‘The past year we have not only been an anchor bank for our clients in terms of financing but through our global foot print have been advisor to many of the top names in the industry on asset disposals/acquisitions, capital structuring, DCM and Clearing’ adds Maarten Terlouw, Global head of Energy, Commodities & Transportation Clients.
ABN AMRO serves energy, commodities and transportation clients, providing financial services and advice to global clients in sectors such as commodities, shipping, agriculture, oil & gas and offshore services, petrochemicals, metals & minerals and heavy building materials. Headquartered in Amsterdam, we have offices in financial and maritime centres in different time zones.