ABN AMRO Bank, LaSalle Bank and Standard Federal Bank all enjoy rich traditions, vibrant operations and sound financial conditions. We invite you to investigate the links at the left and learn more about why we represent extraordinary opportunities for professionals seeking a career in the financial services industry. ABN AMRO's roots date to 1824, when King Willem I created it through a royal decree intended to revive trade between the Netherlands and the Dutch East Indies. It has since grown to become one of the world's largest financial institutions, with over $500 billion in assets. ABN AMRO North America is the 12th-largest banking company in the US. If you're just learning about ABN AMRO, it is a name that is known far better in Europe than in the United States. In the US, ABN AMRO is best known by the names of local banks that it has acquired, including Chicago-based LaSalle Bank, which it bought in 1979 and Michigan-based Standard Federal Bank, which it acquired in 1997. Together, the Midwest banks generate roughly a quarter of the Amsterdam firm's total revenues and comprise about 17 percent of its assets.
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