Former ABN Amro chief Gerrit Zalm joins Moody’s non-executive board

Gerrit Zalm. Photo: ABN Amro
Gerrit Zalm. Photo: ABN Amro

Former finance minister and ABN Amro chief Gerrit Zalm has joined the board of directors of Moody’s credit rating agency, the Telegraaf  said on Friday.

In his new role at Moody’s, Zalm will attend quarterly meetings of the credit institution in New York.

Zalm was chief negotiator in the formation of the present coalition government. He was CEO of ABN Amro from 2009 through 2016. Before that he was finance minister and MP.

Since the end of 2017, Zalm has been chairman of the advisory council for the statistics agency CBS.

Moody’s said it appreciated Zalm’s leadership capabilities in both the financial and political worlds.

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