Dutch banking group ABN Amro has appointed Solange Rouschop as the country executive and CEO of private banking for its Belgium business.
Rouschop, who has experience in private banking, asset management, sustainability and business development, has been working at the Dutch bank for more than two decades.
“I am honored to lead ABN AMRO Belgium over the years ahead and to further improve our services for our clients. I am convinced that we will be able to further expand ABN AMRO’s position in Belgium, in both Corporate Banking and Private Banking,” Rouschop said.
ABN Amro’s Belgian arm caters to corporate clients, high-net-worth individuals, as well as clients in the diamond and jewellery business. The latest appointment comes shortly following the bank’s appointment of Yannick Huygens as its head of corporate banking in Belgium.