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Amsterdam

MUFG Bank (Europe) N.V.

  • * MUFG Bank (Europe) N.V., was formerly known as the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (Holland) N.V.

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Address World Trade Center, Tower D - 5th floor, Strawinskylaan 565, 1077 XX Amsterdam, The Netherlands
(mailing address: P.O. Box 75682, 1070 AR Amsterdam, The Netherlands )
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (Holland) N.V.
Telephone 31-20-5737737
Services Corporate and Investment Banking;
  • Capital market and investment banking
  • Project finance, Aircraft finance & cross border lease finance
  • M&A and Corporate Advisory
  • Financial engineering
  • Asset management
  • Non-Japanese Corporate Banking, focusing on Dutch large corporates
  • Trust services through our subsidiary, BTMU Trust (Holland) BV
  • Documentary business and guarantees
  • Export and import finance

Global Markets;
  • Derivative products: swap, swaptions, caps/floors
  • Deposits, FRA, IRF
  • Foreign exchange: spot, forward, currency option contracts

Transaction Banking;
  • Full range of money transfer services
  • Current account cash pooling
  • Multibank account information
  • Realtime account information
Overview In the early 1960s the bank foresaw a strong Dutch-Japanese trade expansion and set up a representative office in Amsterdam as an investment location for Japanese financial institutions and companies. In 1972 the office converted to a fully-fledged banking subsidiary under Dutch Law. After several mergers, the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (Holland) N.V. was formed, and branches were opened in Vienna and Prague, and a subsidiary in Warsaw.
In May 2016, the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (Holland) N.V. was renamed to MUFG Bank (Europe) N.V.  incorporating BTMU's Brussels branch into the network.

The economy of The Netherlands is one of the strongest in the world. Import and export figures grow yearly and unemployment is relatively low. This is a country worth doing business in, and throughout many decades large Japanese multinationals and companies have found their way to The Netherlands and built successful businesses. The bank services most of the Japanese trading companies in The Netherlands, Poland, Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Belgium and many of the large Dutch corporates.

(as of May 2, 2016)

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