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Global Cash Management
Global Cash Management

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The Global Cash Management features of Access Online enable you to manage your company's accounts and users around the world. Initiate a range of payment types from accounts around the world, making interactive checks on entered payment instructions, correcting data instantly resulting in fewer rejected payments. Read more....

All shares in ABN AMRO BANK N.V., are held by a foundation named Stichting administratiekantoor beheer financiŽle instellingen ('NLFI').   Read more....
With i-Markets, you can trade all over the world on the FX and Money Markets. Continue reading......
i-Markets
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One of the more important cash management techniques to ensure an optimal liquidity management function, is cash pooling.  Read more....
Cash Pooling
Cash Pooling

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ABN AMRO BANK UK is a commercial bank, offering a full range of banking products and services in retail, corporate and investment banking. The business is based on strong, enduring relationships and is driven by innovation and leading edge technology. The marketing/business development function of the Bank is organised in a way that enables us service our clients in the various market segments optimally.

This structure, along with the alignment of the Bank's service, control and other support functions facilitate excellent customer services delivery.

ABN AMRO takes its responsibilities to its stakeholders seriously. We strive to achieve excellent financial results, but we never allow our customers to take irresponsible risks.

We have learned from our experiences and are working openly to further improve our organisation and to contribute to reforms in the banking industry.

The Dutch state acquired ownership of the Dutch activities of ABN AMRO Holding N.V. and Fortis Bank Nederland in 2008. ABN AMRO and Fortis Bank Nederland merged in 2010 to form the current ABN AMRO.