A global banking and financial services provider, ABN AMRO recently announced its intentions to appoint Annerie Vreugdenhil, the former Head of Commercial Nanking Netherlands at ING Bank, as its Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of Personal & Business Banking and as a member of the Executive Board from 1 March 2022 for a period of four years.
Vreugdenhil is an industry veteran with over three decades of experience in the financial sector. Previously, she served as a member of the Advisory Board at Rotterdam School of Management. Moreover, Vreugdenhil spent nearly 5 years at Credit Lyonnais.
In her current role, Vreugdenhil is working as Head of ING Neo and Chief Innovation Officer. Moreover, she held the position of Global Head of Real Estate Finance at ING.
“I am delighted that Annerie will be joining our team. Throughout her career she has demonstrated a strong focus on clients and their needs, often challenging the status quo as a leader. As a personal bank in the digital age, ABN AMRO aims to bring convenience into the daily lives of our clients and expertise when it matters. With her broad banking and innovation experience, Annerie is ideally suited to head our Personal & Business Banking client unit as we are building a future-proof bank,” Robert Swaak, CEO of ABN AMRO, said.
From 1 March 2022, ABN AMRO’s Executive Board will be composed of Robert Swaak (Chief Executive Officer), Annerie Vreugdenhil (Chief Commercial Officer of Personal & Business Banking), Choy van der Hooft-Cheong (Chief Commercial Officer of Wealth Management), Dan Dorner (Chief Commercial Officer of Corporate Banking), Lars Kramer (Chief Financial Officer), Tanja Cuppen (Chief Risk Officer), Christian Bornfeld (Chief Innovation & Technology Officer), and Gerard Penning (Chief Human Resources Officer).
Earlier this year, Paxos, a regulated blockchain infrastructure platform, announced that ABN AMRO Clearing Chicago has joined its settlement service, becoming the sixth broker-dealer client to do so.
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