ABN Amro poaches Delta Lloyd CFO Clifford Abrahams
Delta Lloyd's CFO Clifford Abrahams is moving ot ABN Amro. From September he is taking over as ABN Amro's CFO from Alexander Rahusen, who filled the position on an interim basis, the Telegraaf reports.
Before joining Delta Lloyd, Abrahams worked for insurer and asset manager Aviva and business bank Morgan Stanley. ABN Amro praises him for his "strong service" and "extensive experience" in his previous high positions in the financial sector. Abrahams will continue to work on the commpletion of Delta Lloyd's merger with NN Group until he steps over to ABN Amro.
ABN Amro also announced the appointment of a new risk director - Tanja Cuppen, currently working for the American branch of Rabobank. Cuppen has been employed at Rabobank since 1994. She will become a member of ABN Amro's board of directors as of October 1st. And after a short transfer period she will succeed Wietze Reehoorn as risk director on November 1st.
Both appointments are still subject to approval by the European Central Bank and other supervisors.
ABN Amro already underwent a change in leadership early this year when financial director Kees van Dijkhuizen succeeded Gerrit Zalm as CEO of the bank. Rahusen took over as CFO while a permanent candidate for the job was sought.