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The origin of ABN AMRO Bank can be traced to 1824 King Willem-I issued a royal decree creating the Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij (NHM) with the aim of reviving trade between the Netherlands and the Dutch East Indies. In 1964, NHM merged with De Twentsche Bank to form Algemene Bank Nederland (ABN), while Amsterdamsche Bank and Rotterdamsche Bank joined to become Amsterdam-Rotterdam (Amro) Bank. In 1991, these two banks merged to form ABN AMRO Bank.

Today, ABN AMRO’s international network comprises 3,568 branches and offices in over 320 cities and 76 countries and territories, with over 100,000 highly qualified staff.

In India, ABN AMRO Bank has launched its Private Banking Services, offering a comprehensive range of high quality Portfolio Advisory Services along with a comprehensive transaction execution platform. ABN AMRO (India) has branches in Bangalore, Baroda, Chennai, Delhi, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mangalore, Moradabad, Mumbai, Noida, Panipat, Pune, Surat and Tirupur.

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