Johan van Hall

Former Chief Operating Officer at ABN AMRO Group NV

Johan van Hall

Johan van Hall

Former Chief Operating Officer at ABN AMRO Group NV

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ABN AMRO Group NV
ABN AMRO Bank NV

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346

Number of Boards

7

Birthday

02/1960

Age

58

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Chief Executive Officer at ABN AMRO Group NV

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Former Chief Risk Officer at ABN AMRO Group NV

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Chief Strategy & Risk Officer at Adyen BV

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Chief Risk Officer at ABN AMRO Group NV

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Chief Financial Officer at ABN AMRO Group NV

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Former Chief Executive Officer at ABN AMRO Group NV

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Chairman-Monitoring Commission at Stichting Talent naar de Top

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Chief Innovation & Technology Officer at ABN AMRO Group NV

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Treasurer at Stichting Aanwending Loterijgelden Nederland

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Founder at MeetingMoreMinds BV

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Johan van Hall
Former Chief Operating Officer at ABN AMRO Group NV
Education
Post-Master Degree in IT Audit
Class of 1989

Vrije Universiteit is a educational university located in Amsterdam.

Career History
Chief Operating Officer
Prior - 2018

ABN AMRO Group NV engages in the provision of personal, private, and commercial banking services. It operates through the following segment: Retail Banking, Commercial Banking, Private Banking, Corporate and Institutional Banking, and Group Functions. The Retail Banking segment provides retail banking products and services. The Private Banking segment gives total solutions to its clients' global wealth management needs and offers products and services designed to address individual requirements.The Private Banking segment gives total solutions to its clients' global wealth management needs and offers products and services designed to address individual requirements. The Corporate and Institutional Banking segment caters corporate clients. The Group Functions segment supports the other business segments and consists of Technology, Operations, and Property Services (TOPS); Finance; Risk Management and Strategy; People; Regulations and Identity; Group Audit; and Corporate Office. The company was founded on December 18, 2009 and is headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Managing Director
2009 - 2010

Fortis Bank Nederland (formally Fortis Bank Nederland (Holding) N.V.) was a bank in the Netherlands until 2010. The holding came into being within Fortis Bank, as a holding for those Dutch banks taken over by Fortis. In September-October 2008, the Dutch government first planned to invest €4 billion in exchange for an almost 50% interest in the holding (in new-to-be-issued shares), but within a week the agreement was cancelled. The Dutch government took over all the Dutch parts of Fortis for a total of €16.8 billion; in this take-over, Fortis Bank Nederland was valued at €5 billion. Later, Fortis Bank Nederland appeared in the news because it had lost €1 billion in the Madoff investment scandal. In March 2009, it reported that during 2008 it had an operational profit of €0.6 billion; this excluded (massive) write-offs. In February 2010 Fortis Bank Nederland was integrated into the new ABN AMRO by the Dutch Government and some parts were sold off. On the July 1 that year the integration was officially completed and the Fortis name ended.

Chief Operating Officer
2009 - Prior

ABN AMRO Bank NV provides commercial and investment banking services. The firm's solution areas encompass payment processing and transaction support, savings accounts, retirement plans, investment management, loan packages, lease financing, mortgages, and insurance policies. It also offers individuals and businesses with Internet banking, online market trading, and corporate and private banking services. The company was founded in 1991 and is headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Boards & Committees
Member-Supervisory Council
Current
Member, Managing Board
2010 - Prior

Fortis Bank Nederland (formally Fortis Bank Nederland (Holding) N.V.) was a bank in the Netherlands until 2010. The holding came into being within Fortis Bank, as a holding for those Dutch banks taken over by Fortis. In September-October 2008, the Dutch government first planned to invest €4 billion in exchange for an almost 50% interest in the holding (in new-to-be-issued shares), but within a week the agreement was cancelled. The Dutch government took over all the Dutch parts of Fortis for a total of €16.8 billion; in this take-over, Fortis Bank Nederland was valued at €5 billion. Later, Fortis Bank Nederland appeared in the news because it had lost €1 billion in the Madoff investment scandal. In March 2009, it reported that during 2008 it had an operational profit of €0.6 billion; this excluded (massive) write-offs. In February 2010 Fortis Bank Nederland was integrated into the new ABN AMRO by the Dutch Government and some parts were sold off. On the July 1 that year the integration was officially completed and the Fortis name ended.

Member, Executive Board
2009 - 2018

ABN AMRO Group NV engages in the provision of personal, private, and commercial banking services. It operates through the following segment: Retail Banking, Commercial Banking, Private Banking, Corporate and Institutional Banking, and Group Functions. The Retail Banking segment provides retail banking products and services. The Private Banking segment gives total solutions to its clients' global wealth management needs and offers products and services designed to address individual requirements.The Private Banking segment gives total solutions to its clients' global wealth management needs and offers products and services designed to address individual requirements. The Corporate and Institutional Banking segment caters corporate clients. The Group Functions segment supports the other business segments and consists of Technology, Operations, and Property Services (TOPS); Finance; Risk Management and Strategy; People; Regulations and Identity; Group Audit; and Corporate Office. The company was founded on December 18, 2009 and is headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Member, International Advisory Board
Tenure Unconfirmed

Nyenrode Business Universiteit, formerly spelled as Nijenrode, is a Dutch elite business school