ABN AMRO

Presented By: Ankur Oberoi PGDMPGDM- 026

What is the origin of the ABN AMRO name? The ABN AMRO name is derived from the initials ABN (Algemene Bank Nederland) and AMRO (Amsterdam-Rotterdam Bank), the (Amsterdamfounding banks of ABN AMRO in 1991.

MISSION
"ABN AMRO's mission is to create maximum economic value for our shareholders through a constant relationship focus on the financial services needs of our chosen client segments and a strict adherence to our financial targets. We are operating in three principal customer segments, whereby the objective is to maximise the value of each of these businesses as well as the synergies between them. Excellence of service to our clients and leadership in our chosen markets are of paramount importance to our long-term success. The Bank's corporate longvalues play an integral role in the fulfilment of our mission."

FACTS AND FIGURES
‡ History reaching back to 1824 when the first office was established under the name Nederlandsche Handelsmaatschappij ‡ International presence in 17 countries and territories ‡ 23,000 employees, of which 3,000 are outside the Netherlands ‡ 4,000,000+ retail clients ‡ 370,000+ business clients ‡ 510 bankshops ‡ 77 business branches ‡ 65 private banking offices of which 45 outside the Netherlands ‡ Total assets*: EUR 203 bln
* Per 30 September 2009

MANAGING BOARD
‡ ‡ ‡ Manage the company and are responsible for its performance. The Chairman leads the Board in its management of the company to achieve its performance Board. goals and ambitions, and is the main point of liaison with the Supervisory Board. Gerrit Zalm has been Chairman of the Managing Board since 28 February 2009.

Gerrit Zalm

Donald Workman

Jeroen Kremers

Ron Teerlink

Johan van Hall

Brian Stevenson

David Cole

Javier Maldonado

Chris Vogelzang

SUPERVISORY BOARD
‡ ABN AMRO Holding N.V., ABN AMRO Bank N.V. and Royal Bank of Scotland N.V. share the same Supervisory Board. ‡ The Supervisory Board advises the Managing Board. ‡ Keeps the interests of the company and its business in the foreground rather than the interests of any particular stakeholder. ‡ Supervisory Board members are not employees, but receive an annual remuneration for their duties.

TRANSITION OF ABN AMRO
‡ On 6 February 2010, the businesses of ABN AMRO acquired by the Dutch State were legally demerged from the RBS acquired businesses. ‡ As a result, there are now two separate banks within ABN AMRO Holding N.V., The Royal Bank of Scotland N.V. ('RBS N.V.') and the new entity named ABN AMRO Bank N.V.
ABN AMRO HOLDING N.V.

ABN AMRO Bank N.V.

RBS N.V.

TRANSITION OF ABN AMRO(Contd.)
‡ The legal separation involves the transfer of the new ABN AMRO Bank N.V. to a holding company that has been established by the Dutch State. ‡ The legal demerger and the global renaming to The Royal Bank of Scotland N.V. are significant milestones for the integration of the businesses and assets acquired by RBS

BUSINESSES 
Consumer banking 

Private banking 

Commercial banking 

Von Gogh Preferred Banking 

Corporate Banking

BUSINESSES
CONSUMER BANKING 

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Direct banking services
Debit cards Bet banking Mobile banking services ATM services Phone banking Insurance services

SPECAI ORDERS AND DEALS:
Enjoy Free Return Air Tickets by spending Rs.30,000 on your ABN AMRO Debit card outside India Use your ABN AMRO Debit card while shopping at Tata Croma stores to get 5% Cash Back on all transactions above Rs 2500/-, subject to a maximum cash back of Rs 700 per 2500/transaction. 365 Days Extended Banking At ABN AMRO Bank (India), we believe in stretching ourselves for the customer; which is why we work longer hours at our branches. No Bank Holiday - open even on Sundays and National Holidays* Extended banking hours - with branches open from 10.00 am to 7.00 pm* *Available in select branches select

DOORSTEP BANKING
‡ Get cash delivered at your home or office. ‡ Simply hand over a cheque against the amount upon delivery. ‡ You can also have your cheques/documents picked up and your drafts delivered. ‡ One pick-up or delivery per day, without any charge* pick-

PRIVATE BANKING
‡ Offers a comprehensive range of high quality Portfolio Advisory Services all of this with a clear objective of enabling clients to protect, enhance and manage their wealth. ‡ These services are offered to High Net Worth individuals as well as non individuals ( Trusts, NGOs, Clubs &Associations, Corporates and Pension & Provident funds of Companies ) of both resident and non-resident status. non-

COMMERCIAL BANKING
Providing innovative solutions and services are among the most comprehensive in the world and help better manage, as well as grow, personal and business wealth locally, regionally and globally. ‡ For Manufacturers: Specific banking solutions to address capital requirements and cash flow issues. ‡ For Trading companies: Tailored services to resolve cash flow issues and management of receivables. ‡ For Professional Services: Individual solutions to manage working capital needs and funding requirements.

VAN GOGH PREFERRED BANKING
‡ Like the Van Gogh masterpieces, where beauty lies in the detail of the brushstrokes, every fine detail is looked after while crafting banking and wealth management solutions for our clients. ‡ At Van Gogh Preferred Banking, our philosophy is to maximize financial opportunities for our clients and transform routine banking into a memorable and profitable experience

CORPORATE BANKING
‡ The client-facing teams have a thorough understanding clientof the clients' business objectives and challenges. ‡ The sectors we have developed expert insights in include healthcare and chemicals, general manufacturing,integrated energy,industrial, consumer and telecoms, media and technology. ‡ Deliver corporate and investment banking services to some of the world's leading banks, insurance companies, investment managers and public sector organisations.

OTHER BUSINESSES
‡ Asset Management ‡ Microfinance:
Has delivered credit to the target community of rural poor woman through intermediaries called microfinance institutions. Today it serves 26 MFIs across 16 states in India with over 390,000 customers.

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