ABN AMRO Bank is a Dutch bank with headquarters in Amsterdam. The bank was part of a banking consortium which consisted of other financial entities such as the Royal Bank of Scotland Group, Santander Group and Fortis. After the collapse of Fortis, the bank was nationalized by the Dutch government along with Fortis Bank Nederland.
ABN AMRO has a long history and a great reputation as well, it is known for providing high quality services, great customer support and state of the art technology that ensures both security and efficiency. The bank offers a stellar online banking service that customers can use to quickly and easily manage their finances from any location. However, if you wish to start using ABN AMRO Internet Banking you first have to apply.
Features and Benefits
Using the bank’s internet banking service has a lot of benefits, see the full list below:
- Make payments online
- Transfer money between accounts and to other banks as well
- Open and manage a savings account online (Attractive Interest Rates)
- Multiple Investment Options (Includes direct investments – Mutual Funds and Individual Shares)
- Future Income (Plan Your Retirement)
The bank also offers a mobile app which allows you to manage your account on the go. Visit Google Play to download the Android version or visit the iTunes App Store to download the app for iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch).
ABN AMRO Internet Banking Login:
If you applied for online banking and already received your account information, then you can sign in to your account via the bank’s login page. You’ll need your account number, card number and e.dentifier to initiate the login process.
“Internet criminals are contacting customers of Dutch banks by telephone and posing as bank staff in order to try and obtain your PIN number or Internet Banking log-on details. ABN AMRO will never ask you for your log-on details or PIN number, not over the phone, not via email and not in a pop-up window.”