Dutch bank ABN AMRO has appointed Hans Hanegraaf as country executive of ABN AMRO Singapore and head of private banking for Asia and Middle East.
"Hanegraaf's experience in various commercial and management positions in both international and domestic markets will provide him with the seniority and broad banking experience needed to lead the company in this region," said Jeroen Rijpkema, CEO of ABN AMRO Private Banking International.
Hanegraaf is taking over the role from Hugues Delcourt, who will leave the bank by end of September to take on a leadership role elsewhere in the financial sector.
In Asia and the Middle East, ABN AMRO is active in private banking, corporate banking and clearing. ABN AMRO Private banking is the international wealth management division of ABN AMRO bank with over US$230 billion of total assets under management.
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