Banks in the Netherlands

In the Netherlands formed a developed banking system, the activity of which goes far beyond the national scale. The country's capital Amsterdam is known as one of the world's largest financial centers. The banking system of the Netherlands includes the central bank as the main financial institution of the country and numerous commercial, mortgage, savings and other banks.

Rabobank

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Rabobank (or Cooperative Centrale Raiffeisen – Boerenleenbank BA) is a Dutch multinational banking and financial services company, part of the Rabobank Group, one of the largest financial services providers in the Netherlands.

ING bank

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ING bank is a banking arm of the Internationale Nederlanden Groep, a multinational banking and financial services corporation based in the Netherlands.

DHB Bank

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DHB bank (or Demir-Halk Bank), is a Dutch commercial bank headquartered in Rotterdam.
The bank is owned by Netherlands-based HCBG Holding BV (70%) and by Türkiye Halk Bankasi A.S. (30%), a public bank whose 48.8% shares are listed on the Istanbul stock exchange.

Amsterdam Trade Bank

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Amsterdam Trade Bank (or ATB) is a Dutch bank, 100% subsidiary of AlfaBank, the largest private commercial bank in the Russian Federation, with more than 100 branches.

ABN AMRO

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ABN AMRO is a Dutch banking group, founded by merging the Dutch branches of the former Fortis and ABN AMRO.

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