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ABN AMRO is a Dutch financial institution providing banking services to retail, private and business clients. It was initially formed in 1991 as a result of the merger of Algemene Bank Nederland and Amsterdamsche en Rotterdamsche Bank. An additional merger took place in 2010, with Fortis Bank Nederland. ABN AMRO has three client units: Personal & Business Banking, Wealth Management and Corporate Banking. Based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the financial institution operates in 13 countries and had 19,957 employees in 2021. 50.1% of the total shares of ABN AMRO are listed on Euronext Amsterdam.

Ranking position
#12 /395
Total score
39.8 /100
Banks #7
Measurement area Score Rank (0-395)

Governance and strategy

16.3 /40 #21

Respecting planetary boundaries

10.0 /30 #36

Adhering to societal conventions

13.5 /30 #4

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More about the company

Results 2021
Revenue: EUR 7.59 billion; Total assets: EUR 399.11 billion
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This financial institution is part of the SDG2000, the 2,000 most influential companies

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