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ABN Amro has appointed Henk Mulder as its country executive for Indonesia to oversee and further strengthen the bank’s franchise in the country. He will also head the bank’s commercial banking operation in Indonesia.
Mulder’s return to Indonesia, where he was deputy country manager between 1993 and 1995, demonstrates ABN Amro’s long-term commitment to the country. With nearly 180 years in Indonesia, its presence is longest compared to any other foreign banks.
“I ‘m delighted to be returning to Indonesia at such an exciting time. We have all seen that Asia in general is in growth mode and Indonesia specifically is an interesting market in which to work. It has a vast population and great potential considering the Indonesian banking sector is poised for massive growth,” says Mulder.
“By providing an integrated service and product offering, ABN Amro is better able to meet local clients “needs, positioning us very well for further growth,” adds Mulder.
With a rapidly growing middle class that is making increasingly sophisticated use of financial products, ABN believes that Indonesia also offers significant opportunities in consumer banking, according to Mulder.
The bank’s recent launch of “Van Gogh Preferred Banking “services in Indonesia is one of the bank’s many initiatives to meet a growing demand for high-quality consumer banking services.
Mulder joined ABN in 1982 and was previously the bank’s country executive for Romania, before which he held similar positions for ABN in Latin America, the Middle East and Asia.