The Perfect Prey: The Fall of ABN Amro, or: What Went Wrong in the Banking Industry

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On 9 October 2007, the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) celebrated its leading role in the biggest deal in banking history. RBS, Fortis (a Belgian-Dutch lender), and Santander of Spain paid a record 71 billion euros for Dutch bank ABN Amro - over 17 times its book value. Searching for an immediate profit, the victors dismantled ABN Amro - and Holland's number one bank ceased to exist. Shareholders and management enjoyed the spoils and the Netherlands lost the bank that had been at the heart of their economy for 183 years. But ...

The Perfect Prey: The fall of ABN Amro, or: what went wrong in the banking industry 2010, Quercus Publishing, London

ISBN-13: 9781849162685

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The Perfect Prey: The Fall of ABN Amro, or: What Went Wrong in the Banking Industry? 2009, Quercus Publishing, London

ISBN-13: 9781849161084

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