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ABNAMRO/
RTR2JF8X
March 04, 2011
Gerrit Zalm, chief executive of Dutch state-owned bank ABN AMRO, speaks during a news conference to present...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
ABN AMRO CEO Gerrit Zalm speaks during a news conference to present the company's 2010 annual results...
Gerrit Zalm, chief executive of Dutch state-owned bank ABN AMRO, speaks during a news conference to present the company's 2010 annual results in Amsterdam March 4, 2011. ABN AMRO said operating profit increased seven-fold in 2010, thanks mainly to lower loan impairments, and confirmed it is preparing for an expected stock listing in 2014. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: BUSINESS)
ABNAMRO/
RTR2JF8E
March 04, 2011
Gerrit Zalm, chief executive of Dutch state-owned bank ABN AMRO, speaks during a news conference to present...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
ABN AMRO CEO Gerrit Zalm speaks during a news conference to present the company's 2010 annual results...
Gerrit Zalm, chief executive of Dutch state-owned bank ABN AMRO, speaks during a news conference to present the company's 2010 annual results in Amsterdam March 4, 2011. ABN AMRO said operating profit increased seven-fold in 2010, thanks mainly to lower loan impairments, and confirmed it is preparing for an expected stock listing in 2014. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: BUSINESS)
ABNAMRO/
RTR2JF8A
March 04, 2011
Gerrit Zalm, chief executive of Dutch state-owned bank ABN AMRO, speaks during a news conference to present...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
ABN AMRO CEO Gerrit Zalm speaks during a news conference to present the company's 2010 annual results...
Gerrit Zalm, chief executive of Dutch state-owned bank ABN AMRO, speaks during a news conference to present the company's 2010 annual results in Amsterdam March 4, 2011. ABN AMRO said operating profit increased seven-fold in 2010, thanks mainly to lower loan impairments, and confirmed it is preparing for an expected stock listing in 2014. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: BUSINESS)
ABNAMRO/
RTR2JF87
March 04, 2011
Gerrit Zalm, chief executive of Dutch state-owned bank ABN AMRO, speaks during a news conference to present...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
ABN AMRO CEO Gerrit Zalm speaks during a news conference to present the company's 2010 annual results...
Gerrit Zalm, chief executive of Dutch state-owned bank ABN AMRO, speaks during a news conference to present the company's 2010 annual results in Amsterdam March 4, 2011. ABN AMRO said operating profit increased seven-fold in 2010, thanks mainly to lower loan impairments, and confirmed it is preparing for an expected stock listing in 2014. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: BUSINESS)
ABNAMRO/
RTR2JF85
March 04, 2011
Gerrit Zalm, chief executive of Dutch state-owned bank ABN AMRO, speaks during a news conference to present...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
ABN AMRO CEO Gerrit Zalm speaks during a news conference to present the company's 2010 annual results...
Gerrit Zalm, chief executive of Dutch state-owned bank ABN AMRO, speaks during a news conference to present the company's 2010 annual results in Amsterdam March 4, 2011. ABN AMRO said operating profit increased seven-fold in 2010, thanks mainly to lower loan impairments, and confirmed it is preparing for an expected stock listing in 2014. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: BUSINESS)
ABNAMRO/
RTXPTII
October 20, 2009
Head office of the HBU (Hollandsche Bank Unie) in Rotterdam October 20, 2009. Deutsche Bank has agreed...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Head office of the HBU ( Hollandsche Bank Unie ) in Rotterdam
Head office of the HBU (Hollandsche Bank Unie) in Rotterdam October 20, 2009. Deutsche Bank has agreed in principle to buy some ABN AMRO assets from the Dutch state in a deal which should clear the way for a merger of nationalised banks ABN and Fortis Bank Nederland. Under the deal, 15 months and two ABN owners in the making, the acquisitive German lender will boost its Dutch operations by acquiring commercial bank HBU, 13 advisory branches, two corporate client units and a factoring business. The pact, which is not final and depends on negotiations and a host of regulatory approvals, is the same in terms of assets as the deal Deutsche, Germany's biggest bank, agreed with former ABN owner Fortis in July 2008. The European Commission mandated the sale of those assets in late 2007 to preserve competition in the Dutch market after a consortium took over ABN AMRO that year. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)
ABNAMRO/
RTXPTIH
October 20, 2009
Head office of the HBU ( Hollandsche Bank Unie ) in Rotterdam October 20, 2009. Deutsche Bank has agreed...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Head office of the HBU ( Hollandsche Bank Unie ) in Rotterdam
Head office of the HBU ( Hollandsche Bank Unie ) in Rotterdam October 20, 2009. Deutsche Bank has agreed in principle to buy some ABN AMRO assets from the Dutch state in a deal which should clear the way for a merger of nationalised banks ABN and Fortis Bank Nederland. Under the deal, 15 months and two ABN owners in the making, the acquisitive German lender will boost its Dutch operations by acquiring commercial bank HBU, 13 advisory branches, two corporate client units and a factoring business. The pact, which is not final and depends on negotiations and a host of regulatory approvals, is the same in terms of assets as the deal Deutsche, Germany's biggest bank, agreed with former ABN owner Fortis in July 2008. The European Commission mandated the sale of those assets in late 2007 to preserve competition in the Dutch market after a consortium took over ABN AMRO that year. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)
ABNAMRO/
RTXPTIC
October 20, 2009
Head office of the HBU (Hollandsche Bank Unie) in Rotterdam October 20, 2009. Deutsche Bank has agreed...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Head office of the HBU ( Hollandsche Bank Unie ) in Rotterdam
Head office of the HBU (Hollandsche Bank Unie) in Rotterdam October 20, 2009. Deutsche Bank has agreed in principle to buy some ABN AMRO assets from the Dutch state in a deal which should clear the way for a merger of nationalised banks ABN and Fortis Bank Nederland. Under the deal, 15 months and two ABN owners in the making, the acquisitive German lender will boost its Dutch operations by acquiring commercial bank HBU, 13 advisory branches, two corporate client units and a factoring business. The pact, which is not final and depends on negotiations and a host of regulatory approvals, is the same in terms of assets as the deal Deutsche, Germany's biggest bank, agreed with former ABN owner Fortis in July 2008. The European Commission mandated the sale of those assets in late 2007 to preserve competition in the Dutch market after a consortium took over ABN AMRO that year. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/CANCELLATION
RTR1U24F
September 20, 2007
ABN Amro Chief Executive Rijkman Groenink looks at Chairman of ABN Amro Arthur Martinez (pictured on...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
ABN Amro Chief Executive Groenink looks at Chairman of ABN Amro Martinez at the start of an extraordinary...
ABN Amro Chief Executive Rijkman Groenink looks at Chairman of ABN Amro Arthur Martinez (pictured on the screen) at the start of an extraordinary meeting of shareholders in Rotterdam, September 20, 2007. Neither Barclays nor an Royal Bank of Scotland-led consortium are likely to cancel their bids for Dutch bank ABN AMRO due to the current global credit squeeze, ABN's chief executive told shareholders on Thursday. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/CANCELLATION
RTR1U247
September 20, 2007
Chairman of ABN Amro Arthur Martinez (standing) and ABN Amro Chief Executive Rijkman Groenink (C) are...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Chairman of ABN Amro Martinez and ABN Amro Chief Executive Groenink are seen at the start of an extraordinary...
Chairman of ABN Amro Arthur Martinez (standing) and ABN Amro Chief Executive Rijkman Groenink (C) are seen at the start of an extraordinary meeting of shareholders in Rotterdam, September 20, 2007. Neither Barclays nor an Royal Bank of Scotland-led consortium are likely to cancel their bids for Dutch bank ABN AMRO due to the current global credit squeeze, ABN's chief executive told shareholders on Thursday. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/CANCELLATION/
RTR1U246
September 20, 2007
ABN Amro Chief Executive Rijkman Groenink attends an extraordinary meeting of shareholders in Rotterdam...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
ABN Amro Chief Executive Groenink attends an extraordinary meeting of shareholders in Rotterdam
ABN Amro Chief Executive Rijkman Groenink attends an extraordinary meeting of shareholders in Rotterdam September20, 2007. Neither Barclays nor an Royal Bank of Scotland-led consortium are likely to cancel their bids for Dutch bank ABN AMRO due to the current global credit squeeze, ABN's chief executive told shareholders on Thursday. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/CANCELLATION
RTR1U243
September 20, 2007
ABN Amro Chief Executive Rijkman Groenink (C) looks on as Chairman of ABN Amro,Arthur Martinez (standing)...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
ABN Amro Chief Executive Groenink looks on as Chairman of ABN Amro Martinez opens an extraordinary meeting...
ABN Amro Chief Executive Rijkman Groenink (C) looks on as Chairman of ABN Amro,Arthur Martinez (standing) opens an extraordinary meeting of shareholders in Rotterdam, September 20, 2007. Neither Barclays nor an Royal Bank of Scotland-led consortium are likely to cancel their bids for Dutch bank ABN AMRO due to the current global credit squeeze, ABN's chief executive told shareholders on Thursday. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/CANCELLATION/
RTR1U241
September 20, 2007
Chairman of ABN Amro, Arthur Martinez (L) and ABN Amro Chief Executive Rijkman Groenink attend an extraordinary...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Chairman of ABN Amro, Martinez and ABN Amro Chief Executive Groenink look on at the start of an extraordinary...
Chairman of ABN Amro, Arthur Martinez (L) and ABN Amro Chief Executive Rijkman Groenink attend an extraordinary meeting of shareholders in Rotterdam, September20, 2007. Neither Barclays nor an Royal Bank of Scotland-led consortium are likely to cancel their bids for Dutch bank ABN AMRO due to the current global credit squeeze, ABN's chief executive told shareholders on Thursday. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/CANCELLATION
RTR1U240
September 20, 2007
Chairman of ABN Amro Arthur Martinez (2nd L) and ABN Amro Chief Executive Rijkman Groenink (2nd R) are...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Chairman of ABN Amro Martinez and ABN Amro Chief Executive Groenink are seen at the start of an extraordinary...
Chairman of ABN Amro Arthur Martinez (2nd L) and ABN Amro Chief Executive Rijkman Groenink (2nd R) are seen at the start of an extraordinary meeting of shareholders in Rotterdam, September 20, 2007. Neither Barclays nor an Royal Bank of Scotland-led consortium are likely to cancel their bids for Dutch bank ABN AMRO due to the current global credit squeeze, ABN's chief executive told shareholders on Thursday. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/CANCELLATION
RTR1U23V
September 20, 2007
Chairman of ABN Amro Arthur Martinez is seen at the start of an extraordinary meeting of shareholders...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Chairman of ABN Amro Martinez is seen at the start of an extraordinary meeting of shareholders in Rotterdam...
Chairman of ABN Amro Arthur Martinez is seen at the start of an extraordinary meeting of shareholders in Rotterdam, September20, 2007. Neither Barclays nor an Royal Bank of Scotland-led consortium are likely to cancel their bids for Dutch bank ABN AMRO due to the current global credit squeeze, ABN's chief executive told shareholders on Thursday. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1SK38
August 06, 2007
Belgian-Dutch financial services group Fortis board attend a shareholders meeting in Brussels, August...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgian-Dutch financial services group Fortis board attend a shareholders meeting in Brussels
Belgian-Dutch financial services group Fortis board attend a shareholders meeting in Brussels, August 6, 2007. Fortis sought shareholder approval on Monday for its part of a three-bank bid to buy ABN AMRO, a crucial vote for the biggest ever bank takeover. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1SK1I
August 06, 2007
Board members of Fortis attend a shareholders meeting in Brussels, August 6, 2007. Fortis sought shareholder...
Brussels, Belgium
Board members of Fortis attend a shareholders meeting in Brussels
Board members of Fortis attend a shareholders meeting in Brussels, August 6, 2007. Fortis sought shareholder approval on Monday for its part of a three-bank bid to buy ABN AMRO, a crucial vote for the biggest ever bank takeover. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1SK0L
August 06, 2007
Fortis Chief Executive Officer Jean-Paul Votron arrives to attends a shareholders meeting in Brussels,...
Brussels, Belgium
Fortis Chief Executive Officer Jean-Paul Votron arrives to attends a shareholders meeting in Brussels...
Fortis Chief Executive Officer Jean-Paul Votron arrives to attends a shareholders meeting in Brussels, August 6, 2007. Belgian-Dutch financial services group Fortis sought shareholder approval on Monday for its part of a three-bank bid to buy ABN AMRO, a crucial vote for the biggest ever bank takeover. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1SK0I
August 06, 2007
Board members of Fortis attend a shareholders meeting in Brussels, August 6, 2007. Belgian-Dutch financial...
Brussels, Belgium
Board members of Fortis attend a shareholders meeting in Brussels
Board members of Fortis attend a shareholders meeting in Brussels, August 6, 2007. Belgian-Dutch financial services group Fortis sought shareholder approval on Monday for its part of a three-bank bid to buy ABN AMRO, a crucial vote for the biggest ever bank takeover. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1SK0E
August 06, 2007
Board members of Fortis attend a shareholders meeting in Brussels, August 6, 2007. Belgian-Dutch financial...
Brussels, Belgium
Board members of Fortis attend a shareholders meeting in Brussels
Board members of Fortis attend a shareholders meeting in Brussels, August 6, 2007. Belgian-Dutch financial services group Fortis sought shareholder approval on Monday for its part of a three-bank bid to buy ABN AMRO, a crucial vote for the biggest ever bank takeover. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1SK0C
August 06, 2007
Fortis Chief Executive Officer Jean-Paul Votron and Chairman Maurice Lippens (R) pose for photographers...
Brussels, Belgium
Fortis Chief Executive Officer Jean-Paul Votron and Chairman Maurice Lippens (R) pose for photographers...
Fortis Chief Executive Officer Jean-Paul Votron and Chairman Maurice Lippens (R) pose for photographers at the start of a shareholders meeting in Brussels, August 6, 2007. Belgian-Dutch financial services group Fortis sought shareholder approval on Monday for its part of a three-bank bid to buy ABN AMRO, a crucial vote for the biggest ever bank takeover. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1SK08
August 06, 2007
Fortis Chief Executive Officer Jean-Paul Votron and Chairman Maurice Lippens (R) pose for photographers...
Brussels, Belgium
Fortis Chief Executive Officer Jean-Paul Votron and Chairman Maurice Lippens (R) pose for photographers...
Fortis Chief Executive Officer Jean-Paul Votron and Chairman Maurice Lippens (R) pose for photographers at the start of a shareholders meeting in Brussels, August 6, 2007. Belgian-Dutch financial services group Fortis sought shareholder approval on Monday for its part of a three-bank bid to buy ABN AMRO, a crucial vote for the biggest ever bank takeover. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1SK06
August 06, 2007
Fortis Chief Executive Officer Jean-Paul Votron and Chairman Maurice Lippens (R) pose for photographers...
Brussels, Belgium
Fortis Chief Executive Officer Jean-Paul Votron and Chairman Maurice Lippens (R) pose for photographers...
Fortis Chief Executive Officer Jean-Paul Votron and Chairman Maurice Lippens (R) pose for photographers at the start of a shareholders meeting in Brussels, August 6, 2007. Belgian-Dutch financial services group Fortis sought shareholder approval on Monday for its part of a three-bank bid to buy ABN AMRO, a crucial vote for the biggest ever bank takeover. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1Q7RX
May 29, 2007
The Royal Bank of Scotland's logo is seen in central London May 29, 2007. A consortium led by Royal Bank...
London, United Kingdom
The Royal Bank of Scotland's logo is seen in central London
The Royal Bank of Scotland's logo is seen in central London May 29, 2007. A consortium led by Royal Bank of Scotland unveiled a 71.1 billion euro ($95.7 billion) bid for ABN AMRO that included its disputed U.S. bank and a higher cash component than indicated. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1Q7RW
May 29, 2007
The ABN Amro logo is seen in central London May 29, 2007. A consortium led by Royal Bank of Scotland...
London, United Kingdom
The ABN Amro logo is seen in central London
The ABN Amro logo is seen in central London May 29, 2007. A consortium led by Royal Bank of Scotland unveiled a 71.1 billion euro ($95.7 billion) bid for ABN AMRO that included its disputed U.S. bank and a higher cash component than indicated. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1Q7RS
May 29, 2007
The Royal Bank of Scotland's head office is seen in central London May 29, 2007. A consortium led by...
London, United Kingdom
The Royal Bank of Scotland's head office is seen in central London
The Royal Bank of Scotland's head office is seen in central London May 29, 2007. A consortium led by Royal Bank of Scotland unveiled a 71.1 billion euro ($95.7 billion) bid for ABN AMRO that included its disputed U.S. bank and a higher cash component than indicated. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/FORTIS
RTR1Q7RG
May 29, 2007
A general view of the Fortis Bank headquarters in Utrecht in this April 27, 2007 file photo. A consortium...
Utrecht, Netherlands
File photo of the Fortis Bank headquarters in Utrecht
A general view of the Fortis Bank headquarters in Utrecht in this April 27, 2007 file photo. A consortium led by Royal Bank of Scotland unveiled a bid for ABN AMRO valued at 38.40 euros per share on May 29, 2007. Consortium member Fortis said the banks planned to offer 30.40 euros in cash plus 0.844 new shares in RBS for each ABN AMRO share in an offer worth a total 71.1 billion euros ($95.7 billion). REUTERS/Michael Kooren/Files (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/FORTIS
RTR1Q7RC
May 29, 2007
A general view of the Fortis Bank headquarters in Utrecht in this April 27, 2007 file photo. A consortium...
Utrecht, Netherlands
File photo of the Fortis Bank headquarters in Utrecht
A general view of the Fortis Bank headquarters in Utrecht in this April 27, 2007 file photo. A consortium led by Royal Bank of Scotland unveiled a bid for ABN AMRO valued at 38.40 euros per share on May 29, 2007. Consortium member Fortis said the banks planned to offer 30.40 euros in cash plus 0.844 new shares in RBS for each ABN AMRO share in an offer worth a total 71.1 billion euros ($95.7 billion). REUTERS/Michael Kooren/Files (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/FORTIS
RTR1Q7R6
May 29, 2007
A general view of the Fortis Bank headquarters in Utrecht in this April 27, 2007 file photo. A consortium...
Utrecht, Netherlands
File photo of the Fortis Bank headquarters in Utrecht
A general view of the Fortis Bank headquarters in Utrecht in this April 27, 2007 file photo. A consortium led by Royal Bank of Scotland unveiled a bid for ABN AMRO valued at 38.40 euros per share on Tuesday. Consortium member Fortis said the banks planned to offer 30.40 euros in cash plus 0.844 new shares in RBS for each ABN AMRO share in an offer worth a total 71.1 billion euros ($95.7 billion). REUTERS/Michael Kooren/Files (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1PAXP
May 03, 2007
Peter Paul de Vries, chief of the Dutch shareholders group VEB, pumps his fist in the air after a court...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
De Vries, pumps his fist in the air after a Dutch court ruling in Amsterdam
Peter Paul de Vries, chief of the Dutch shareholders group VEB, pumps his fist in the air after a court in Amsterdam ruled in favour of the group May 3, 2007. The commercial court ruled that ABN AMRO, the Netherlands' biggest, must freeze its $21 billion sale of U.S. unit LaSalle to Bank of America, opening up the possibility of a rival bid by a consortium of three banks led by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). ABN had previously agreed to be bought by British Bank Barclays for 63.26 billion euros ($86 billion) but the RBS consortium wants to bid more, as much as 72 billion euros, but only if LaSalle remains part of ABN. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1PAXK
May 03, 2007
Judge Huub Willems reads his ruling to freeze the $21 billion sale of LaSalle to Bank of America in Amsterdam...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Judge Huub Willems reads his ruling to freeze the $21 billion sale of LaSalle to Bank of America in Amsterdam...
Judge Huub Willems reads his ruling to freeze the $21 billion sale of LaSalle to Bank of America in Amsterdam May 3, 2007. The commercial court ruled that ABN AMRO, the Netherlands' biggest, must freeze its $21 billion sale of U.S. unit LaSalle to Bank of America, opening up the possibility of a rival bid by a consortium of three banks led by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). ABN had previously agreed to be bought by British Bank Barclays for 63.26 billion euros ($86 billion) but the RBS consortium wants to bid more, as much as 72 billion euros, but only if LaSalle remains part of ABN. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-TAKEOVER/
RTR1PAXA
May 03, 2007
Peter Paul de Vries, chief of the Dutch shareholders group VEB, pumps his fist in the air as his lawyer...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
De Vries, pumps his fist in the air after a Dutch court ruling in Amsterdam
Peter Paul de Vries, chief of the Dutch shareholders group VEB, pumps his fist in the air as his lawyer Jurjen Lemstra looks on after a court in Amsterdam ruled in favour of the group May 3, 2007. The commercial court ruled that ABN AMRO, the Netherlands' biggest, must freeze its $21 billion sale of U.S. unit LaSalle to Bank of America, opening up the possibility of a rival bid by a consortium of three banks led by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). ABN had previously agreed to be bought by British Bank Barclays for 63.26 billion euros ($86 billion) but the RBS consortium wants to bid more, as much as 72 billion euros, but only if LaSalle remains part of ABN. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-RESULTS/
RTR1M4E8
February 08, 2007
Rijkman Groenink, CEO of ABN AMRO, speaks during the presentation of the 2006 full-year results in Amsterdam...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Groenink, CEO of ABN AMRO, speaks during the presentation of the 2006 full-year results in Amsterdam
Rijkman Groenink, CEO of ABN AMRO, speaks during the presentation of the 2006 full-year results in Amsterdam February 8, 2007. Dutch bank ABN AMRO posted a 7.6 percent rise in its annual net profit on Thursday, helped by the purchase of Italian bank Antonveneta and the sale of parts of its business, and announced a share buyback. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-RESULTS/
RTR1M4E7
February 08, 2007
Rijkman Groenink, CEO of ABN AMRO, speaks during the presentation of the 2006 full-year results in Amsterdam...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Groenink, CEO of ABN AMRO, speaks during the presentation of the 2006 full-year results in Amsterdam
Rijkman Groenink, CEO of ABN AMRO, speaks during the presentation of the 2006 full-year results in Amsterdam February 8, 2007. Dutch bank ABN AMRO posted a 7.6 percent rise in its annual net profit on Thursday, helped by the purchase of Italian bank Antonveneta and the sale of parts of its business, and announced a share buyback. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-RESULTS/
RTR1M4CS
February 08, 2007
Rijkman Groenink, CEO of ABNAMRO, arrives for the presentation of the 2006 full-year results in Amsterdam...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Groenink, CEO of ABNAMRO, arrives for the presentation of the 2006 full-year results in Amsterdam
Rijkman Groenink, CEO of ABNAMRO, arrives for the presentation of the 2006 full-year results in Amsterdam February 8, 2007. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-RESULTS/
RTR1M4CP
February 08, 2007
Rijkman Groenink, CEO of ABNAMRO (R) and Hugh Scott-Barrett, CFO, arrive for the presentation of the...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Groenink, CEO of ABNAMRO (R) and Scott-Barrett, CFO, arrive for the presentation of the 2006 full-year...
Rijkman Groenink, CEO of ABNAMRO (R) and Hugh Scott-Barrett, CFO, arrive for the presentation of the 2006 full-year results in Amsterdam February 8, 2007. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters (NETHERLANDS)
ABNAMRO-RESULTS/
RTR1M4CB
February 08, 2007
Rijkman Groenink, CEO of ABNAMRO, speaks during the presentation of the 2006 full-year results in Amsterdam...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Groenink, CEO of ABNAMRO, speaks during the presentation of the 2006 full-year results in Amsterdam
Rijkman Groenink, CEO of ABNAMRO, speaks during the presentation of the 2006 full-year results in Amsterdam February 8, 2007. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters (NETHERLANDS)
FINANCIAL VIETNAM ABNAMRO
RTR1GAF9
August 11, 2006
Dutch bank ABN AMRO's office is seen in Hanoi August 11, 2006. Vietnam said the legal dispute between...
Hanoi, Vietnam
Dutch bank ABN AMRO's office is seen in Hanoi
Dutch bank ABN AMRO's office is seen in Hanoi August 11, 2006. Vietnam said the legal dispute between Industrial and Commercial Bank of Vietnam (Incombank) and Dutch bank ABN AMRO would be solved without hurting foreign investment in the country. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
SPORT TENNIS
RTRTDU1
February 24, 2002
Englands Tim Henman returns a backhand against defending champion
Nicolas Escude of France during the...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
ENGLANDS HENMAN RETURNS BACKHAND DURING THE ABNAMRO TENNIS FINALS IN
ROTTERDAM.
Englands Tim Henman returns a backhand against defending champion
Nicolas Escude of France during the ABN AMRO tennis final in Rotterdam
February 24, 2002.

REUTERS/Michael Kooren.
SPORT TENNIS
RTRTDTW
February 24, 2002
Frenchman Nicolas Escude reacts after a bad shot during the ABN AMRO
tennis final against England's...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
FRENCH ESCUDE REACTS DURING THE ABNAMRO TENNIS FINALS IN ROTTERDAM.
Frenchman Nicolas Escude reacts after a bad shot during the ABN AMRO
tennis final against England's Tim Henman in Rotterdam February 24,
2002.

REUTERS/Michael Kooren
SPORT TENNIS
RTR13A5C
February 24, 2001
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY OVER BELARUSS VOLTCHKOV AFTER HIS SEMI-FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO...
Rotterdam, UK
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY OVER BELARUSS VOLTCHKOV AFTER HIS SEMI-FINAL MATCH AT THE ......
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY OVER BELARUSS VOLTCHKOV AFTER HIS SEMI-FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Frenchman Nicolas Escude celebrates his victory over Belaruss Vladimir Vlotchlov his semi-final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 24, 2001. Escude won the match in two sets 6-4 6-1.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR13A58
February 24, 2001
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE RETURNS A BACKHAND TO BELARUSS VOLTCHKOV DURING HIS SEMI-FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO...
Rotterdam, UK
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE RETURNS A BACKHAND TO BELARUSS VOLTCHKOV DURING HIS SEMI-FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO...
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE RETURNS A BACKHAND TO BELARUSS VOLTCHKOV DURING HIS SEMI-FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Frenchman Nicolas Escude returns a backhand to Belaruss Vladimir Vlotchlov during his semi-final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 24, 2001. Escude won the match in two sets 6-4 6-1.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR13A55
February 24, 2001
SWISS FEDERER HITS A FOREHAND TO ROMANIAN PAVEL DURING HIS SEMI-FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT...
Rotterdam, UK
SWISS FEDERER HITS A FOREHAND TO ROMANIAN PAVEL DURING HIS SEMI-FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS ......
SWISS FEDERER HITS A FOREHAND TO ROMANIAN PAVEL DURING HIS SEMI-FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Swiss Roger Federer hits a forehand to Romanian Andrei Pavel in their semi-final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 24, 2001. Federer won the match in three sets 6-7 6-4 6-0. REUTERS/Michael Kooren.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139N5
February 23, 2001
GERMAN KIEFER HITS BACKHAND TO ROMANIAN PAVEL DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT...
Rotterdam, Afghanistan
GERMAN KIEFER HITS BACKHAND TO ROMANIAN PAVEL DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO ...
GERMAN KIEFER HITS BACKHAND TO ROMANIAN PAVEL DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


German Nicolas Kiefer hits a doublehanded backhand to Andrei Pavel of Romania during his quarter final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001. REUTERS/Michael Kooren.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139KT
February 23, 2001
SPANISH CORRETJA LOWERS HIS TENNIS SHORTS AFTER LOSING TO SWISS FEDERER IN HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AT...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
SPANISH CORRETJA LOWERS HIS TENNIS SHORTS AFTER LOSING TO SWISS FEDERER IN HIS QUARTER ...
SPANISH CORRETJA LOWERS HIS TENNIS SHORTS AFTER LOSING TO SWISS FEDERER IN HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Spanish Alex Corretja reacts in despair by lowering his tennis shorts after losing another game to his Swiss opponent Roger Federer during his quarter final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139KE
February 23, 2001
SPANISH CORRETJA PULLS SHIRT OVER HIS FACE DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST SWISS FEDERER AT THE...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
SPANISH CORRETJA PULLS SHIRT OVER HIS FACE DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST ...
SPANISH CORRETJA PULLS SHIRT OVER HIS FACE DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST SWISS FEDERER AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Spanish Alex Corretja reacts dramatically by pulling his shirt over his face after losing another game to his Swiss opponent Roger federer during his quarter final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139JI
February 23, 2001
SPANISH CORRETJA EYES THE BALL DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST SWISS FEDERER AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
SPANISH CORRETJA EYES THE BALL DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST SWISS FEDERER AT ...
SPANISH CORRETJA EYES THE BALL DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST SWISS FEDERER AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Spanish Alex Corretja eyes the ball during his quarter final match against Swiss Roger Federer at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139JC
February 23, 2001
SWISS FEDERER HITS A FOREHAND TO SPANISH CORRETJA DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST AT THE ABNAMRO...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
SWISS FEDERER HITS A FOREHAND TO SPANISH CORRETJA DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST AT THE ...
SWISS FEDERER HITS A FOREHAND TO SPANISH CORRETJA DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Swiss Roger Federer hits a forehand to Spanish Alex Corretja during his quarter final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139J9
February 23, 2001
SWISS FEDERER HITS A FOREHAND TO SPANISH CORRETJA DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
SWISS FEDERER HITS A FOREHAND TO SPANISH CORRETJA DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO ...
SWISS FEDERER HITS A FOREHAND TO SPANISH CORRETJA DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Swiss Roger Federer hits a forehand to Spanish Alex Corretja during his quarter final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139H9
February 23, 2001
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE SCORES WITH HIS FOREHAND DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST CROATIAN LJUBICIC AT...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE SCORES WITH HIS FOREHAND DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST ...
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE SCORES WITH HIS FOREHAND DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST CROATIAN LJUBICIC AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Frenchman Nicolas Escude scores with his forehand during his quarter final match against Croatian Ivan Ljubicic at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001. Escude won in two sets 6-3 6-1.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139H7
February 23, 2001
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY OVER CROATIAN LJUBICIC AFTER HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY OVER CROATIAN LJUBICIC AFTER HIS QUARTER FINAL ...
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE CELEBRATES HIS VICTORY OVER CROATIAN LJUBICIC AFTER HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST LLUBICIC AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Frenchman Nicolas Escude clenches his fist to his coach to celebrate his victory over Croatian Ivan Ljubicic after his quarter final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139H4
February 23, 2001
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE SERVES DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST CROATIAN LJUBICIC AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE SERVES DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST CROATIAN LJUBICIC AT THE ABNAMRO ...
FRENCHMAN ESCUDE SERVES DURING HIS QUARTER FINAL MATCH AGAINST CROATIAN LJUBICIC AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Frenchman Nicolas Escude in an serves during his quarter-final match against Croatian Ivan Ljubicic at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139G5
February 23, 2001
Sweden's Andreas Vinciguerra hits a backhand to Belaruss Vladimir Voltchkov during their quarter final...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
SWEDEN'S VINCIGUERRA HITS A BACKHAND TO BELARUSS VOLTCHKOV IN ROTTERDAM.
Sweden's Andreas Vinciguerra hits a backhand to Belaruss Vladimir Voltchkov during their quarter final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001. Voltchkov won in three sets 5-7 6-1 6-3.

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SPORT TENNIS
RTR139G2
February 23, 2001
SWEDISH VINCIGUERRA HITS A FOREHAND TO BELARUSSIAN VOLTCHKOV DURING THEIR QUARTER FINAL MATCH AT THE...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
SWEDISH VINCIGUERRA HITS A FOREHAND TO BELARUSSIAN VOLTCHKOV DURING THEIR QUARTER ...
SWEDISH VINCIGUERRA HITS A FOREHAND TO BELARUSSIAN VOLTCHKOV DURING THEIR QUARTER FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Swedish Andreas Vinciguerra hits a forehand to Belarussian Vladimir Voltchkov during his quarter final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001. Voltchkov won in three sets 5-7 6-1 6-3.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139FZ
February 23, 2001
SWEDEN'S VINCIGUERRA HITS A FOREHAND TO BELARUSSIAN VOLTCHKOV DURING ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Sweden's...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
SWEDEN'S VINCIGUERRA HITS A FOREHAND TO BELARUSSIAN VOLTCHKOV DURING ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT ...
SWEDEN'S VINCIGUERRA HITS A FOREHAND TO BELARUSSIAN VOLTCHKOV DURING ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Sweden's Andreas Vinciguerra hits a forehand to Belarusian Vladimir Voltchkov during their quarter final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001. Voltchkov won in three sets 5-7 6-1 6-3.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139FV
February 23, 2001
Belaruss Vladimir Voltchkov hammers a backhand to Swede Andreas Vinciguerra during their quarter final...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
BELARUSS VOLTCHKOV HAMMERS A BACKHAND TO SWEDE VINCIGUERRA IN ROTTERDAM.
Belaruss Vladimir Voltchkov hammers a backhand to Swede Andreas Vinciguerra during their quarter final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001. Voltchkov won in three sets 5-7 6-1 6-3.

MKN/WS
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139FU
February 23, 2001
BELARUSSIAN VOLTCHKOV CLENCHES HIS FIST AFTER DEFEATING SWEDEN - S VINCIGUERRA DURING ABNAMRO TENNIS...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
BELARUSSIAN VOLTCHKOV CLENCHES HIS FIST AFTER DEFEATING SWEDEN - S VINCIGUERRA DURING ABNAMRO ...
BELARUSSIAN VOLTCHKOV CLENCHES HIS FIST AFTER DEFEATING SWEDEN - S VINCIGUERRA DURING ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Belarussian Vladimir Voltchkov clenches his fist after he defeated Sweden's Andreas Vinciguerra during their quarter final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001. Voltchkov won in three sets 5-7 6-1 6-3.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR139FQ
February 23, 2001
VOLTCHKOV FROM BELARUS HITS BACKHAND TO SWEDISH VINCIGUERRA DURING THEIR QUARTER FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
VOLTCHKOV FROM BELARUS HITS BACKHAND TO SWEDISH VINCIGUERRA DURING THEIR QUARTER FINAL ...
VOLTCHKOV FROM BELARUS HITS BACKHAND TO SWEDISH VINCIGUERRA DURING THEIR QUARTER FINAL MATCH AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Belarus's Vladimir Voltchkov concentrates to hit a backhand to Swedish Andreas Vinciguerra during his quarter final match at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 23, 2001. Voltchkov won in three sets 5-7 6-1 6-3.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR138XZ
February 22, 2001
RUSSIAN KAFELNIKOV SHOUTS OUT DURING HIS MATCH AGAINST GERMAN KIEFER AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
RUSSIAN KAFELNIKOV SHOUTS OUT DURING HIS MATCH AGAINST GERMAN KIEFER AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS ...
RUSSIAN KAFELNIKOV SHOUTS OUT DURING HIS MATCH AGAINST GERMAN KIEFER AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.


Russian Yevgeny Kafelnikov shouts out during his match against German Nicolas Kiefer in their second round at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 22, 2001.
SPORT TENNIS
RTR138V1
February 22, 2001
Swiss Roger Federer hits a forehand to Frenchman Sebastian Grosjean at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
SWISS FEDERER HITS FOREHAND TO FRENCHMAN GROSJEAN AT THE ABNAMRO TENNIS TOURNAMENT IN ROTTERDAM.
Swiss Roger Federer hits a forehand to Frenchman Sebastian Grosjean at the ABNAMRO tennis tournament in Rotterdam, February 22, 2001. Federer won the match in three sets 4-6 6-3 6-4.

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