ABN AMRO’s SOLUTIONS
Performance Solutions offers a wide range of solutions. Changing the way people learn, lead, and interact by transforming employees into ambassadors, business into an experience, managers into leaders, and training into impactful learning. We trigger companies to work collectively to create memorable experiences. Below you’ll find an overview of solutions we offered at ABN AMRO.
Reverse Thinking & Engineering turns your customers into loyal fans, and employees into passionate brand ambassadors. We offer Reverse programs as:
- Tailormade program (Reverse Journey)
- In company programs (Experience STARs & EPIC Leadership Development)
- Train-the-Trainer programs for in company- and independent trainers.
About ABN AMRO
On 22 September 1991, the two largest general banks in the Netherlands, Algemene Bank Nederland (ABN) and Amsterdam-Rotterdam Bank (Amro), merged. The resulting company adopted the name ABN AMRO. The two principal motives for the merger were to concentrate strengths and to scale up business internationally. On 1 July 2010 the legal merger between ABN AMRO Bank N.V. (ABN AMRO Bank) and Fortis Bank (Nederland) N.V. (Fortis Bank Nederland) was completed, creating a combined entity called ABN AMRO Bank N.V.
ABN AMRO serves retail, private and corporate banking clients with a primary focus on the Netherlands and with selective operations internationally. In the Netherlands, clients are offered a comprehensive and full range of products and services through omni-channel distribution including advanced mobile application and internet banking. Internationally, we are active in areas in which we have substantial expertise.
Good corporate governance is critical for us to realise our strategic ambition of being a trusted and professional partner for all our stakeholders, including clients, our shareholders, investors, employees and society at large. ABN AMRO is organised in a way that guarantees first-class management and effective supervision by the Executive Board and Supervisory Board. Integrity, transparency and accountability are key elements of our corporate governance and business operations. These key elements ensure that we pursue effective risk management, comply with legislation and regulations and provide full transparency to stakeholders and market parties.ABN AMRO has a two-tier governance model consisting of a Supervisory Board and a Executive Board. The memberships of the Supervisory Boards of ABN AMRO Group and ABN AMRO Bank are the same, as are the memberships of the Executive Boards of ABN AMRO Group and ABN AMRO Bank and the committees of these boards.