The Power of Shareholders. The Rise and Fall of ABN AMRO
(Christiaan Berendsen) The Low Countries - 2008, № 16, pp. 308-310
In 2007 ABN AMRO, the biggest Dutch bank and one of the world's major and most international banks, lost its independence in dramatic fashion, following which it was torn to pieces by three other banks.
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