Source: ABN Amro
Following last week’s news that the fintech BUX and ABN AMRO will be joining forces, this week several other fintechs announced their intention to bank with ABN AMRO.
One of them is Starling, a challenger bank in the United Kingdom. This week ABN AMRO Financial Institutions (FI), the department that serves financial (tech) companies, also organised an event about ‘tech in the boardroom’. This well-attended event for Supervisory Board members of financial institutions in Northwest Europe took place this week and was hosted by Tom de Swaan, Chairman of ABN AMRO’s Supervisory Board and Jonathan Greenwood, vice Chairman F.I.
Chris van Schuppen, Head of Financial Institutions: “Departments across the bank are teaming up with fintechs that can add value for clients, and FI is no exception. It’s good to see that we’ll be adding three new ones to our group of clients within a short period of time.”
FI offers financial players, mostly in Northwest Europe, payment services as well as liquidity management, financing and currency management solutions. In addition we also offers advice on mergers and acquisitions, IPOs and clearing services. “Tech companies can count on a wealth of market expertise and a complete range of financial services at ABN AMRO”, says Chris van Schuppen.