General presentation of ABN Amro
Now, we would like to give you some more information about ABN AMRO, including details of its activities and, above all, the breakdown of its income into the various segments. This will allow you to learn a little more about this group and how it may perform in the market in the years to come.
The ABN AMRO Group is a Dutch company in the banking sector. More specifically, it is currently one of the leading banking groups in the country.
To better understand the activities carried out by this bank, it is possible to divide them into different segments according to the share of net banking income or NBI that they generate and in this way:
- Firstly, retail banking activities alone account for almost 44.9% of the bank's net banking income, with the sale of traditional and specialised banking products and services through a network of 129 branches worldwide.
- This is followed by investment banking activities, which generate almost 10.3% of NBI. The group is also the leader in this segment in its country.
- The remaining 2.3% of the GNP comes from other products and services.
Currently, the group manages more than 235 billion euros in deposits and 268.1 billion euros in loans.
It is also interesting to know the geographical distribution of this group's activities. The group generates 86.7% of its GNP in the Netherlands, 7.3% in the rest of Europe, 3% in the USA, 2.2% in Asia and 0.8% in the rest of the world.
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