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ABN AMRO Approves Nomination Of Bank Industry Luminary To Board

Tom Burroughes Group Editor 15 August 2016

ABN AMRO Approves Nomination Of Bank Industry Luminary To Board

This publication brings latest news of moves and appointments in global wealth management.

Netherlands-listed ABN AMRO Group has approved the nomination of Jurgen Stegmann, who has held top management roles at Robeco and Fortis, as a new member of its supervisory board.

The decision to give the green light to the nomination - originally made in June - was made at an extraordinary general meeting, at which 93.18 per cent of the total issued capital and an equal amount of voting rights were represented, the bank said in a statement.

Stegmann studied law in Rotterdam and Utrecht and financial management in Tilburg. He started his career at MeesPierson and was a member of the managing board of Fortis Bank Nederland. He then joined the managing board of NIBC, where he was chief risk officer. Thereafter, Stegmann was chief financial officer at Robeco for a number of years.

The supervisory board now consists of: Olga Zoutendijk (chairman), Steven ten Have (vice chairman), Arjen Dorland, Frederieke Leeflang, Annemieke Roobeek, Stegmann and Tjalling Tiemstra.

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