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ABN AMRO Clearing names Robbert Booij new Managing Director of UK business

Wednesday, December 05, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Robbert Booij has been appointed as the new Managing Director of ABN AMRO Clearing in the UK and moves to ABN AMRO’s 5 Aldermanbury Square office in London for his new role. He was previously Global Head of Enterprise Risk Management for ABN AMRO Clearing based in Amsterdam.

Mr Booij joined Fortis in 2007 and was Deputy Head of Business Control at Fortis Clearing from 2008, before Fortis Bank Nederland was merged into the new ABN AMRO in 2010. Prior to this he worked at the Netherlands’ Authority for Financial Markets (AFM) from 2002 as a supervisor for Euronext. This included a six month secondment to the Markets division of the UK’s Financial Services Authority (FSA) in 2004 as a supervisor for LCH.Clearnet Ltd.

A subsidiary of ABN AMRO, ABN AMRO Clearing offers an integrated approach to global transaction processing, financial logistics and risk management. It is one of the world’s leading providers of independent third-party clearing and financing services for listed derivatives and cash securities, OTC products, warrants, commodities and FX. With 12 offices globally employing over 800 staff, ABN AMRO Clearing services 85+ exchanges and consistently ranks among the top 3 clearers in every time zone. Corporate website: Source

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