The structure and corporate governance of Rabobank Nederland

Jan van Ijperenburg, Senior Legal Counsel, Rabobank, Netherlands
Ingrid van Dooren, Senior Legal Counsel, Rabobank, Netherlands

Rabobank is a Dutch financial institution which consists of the member banks (also cooperatives and each licensed as a credit institution), their central organization Rabobank Nederland (also a cooperative entity and licensed as a credit institution) and their subsidiaries and other affiliated entities. The member banks and Rabobank Nederland are all cooperative entities. The cooperative roots of the Rabobank makes its corporate governance different than the corporate governance of other banks in The Netherlands.

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Netherlands Corporate Governance Banking & Finance May 2009 Vol. 2, No. 7, Spring 2009

Jan van Ijperenburg

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Ingrid van Dooren and Jan van IJperenburg are senior legal counsel at the legal and tax department of Rabobank focussing on corporate affairs. They can be reached at I.J.A.M.Dooren@rn.rabobank.nl and J.IJperenburg@rn.rabobank.nl

Ingrid van Dooren

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Ingrid van Dooren and Jan van IJperenburg are senior legal counsel at the legal and tax department of Rabobank focussing on corporate affairs. They can be reached at I.J.A.M.Dooren@rn.rabobank.nl and J.IJperenburg@rn.rabobank.nl

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Rabobank Group is a full-range financial services provider founded on cooperative principles. We are a global leader in Food and Agri financing and in sustainability-oriented banking. The Rabobank Group comprises 153 independent local Dutch Rabobanks, a central organisation (Rabobank Nederland), and a large number of specialised international offices and subsidiaries. Food & Agribusiness is the international prime focus of the Rabobank Group (www.rabobank.com).

Netherlands Corporate Governance Banking & Finance May 2009 Vol. 2, No. 7, Spring 2009