Johan van Hall appointed to Rabobank Supervisory Board
8 December 2021
The General Members Council of Rabobank has appointed Johan van Hall to the Supervisory Board with effect from 8 December 2021.
After finishing his education to become a chartered accountant, Johan van Hall (1960) did his postgraduate study in IT Audit at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. In 1982, his career took off at ABN Amro, where over the course of more than 35 years Van Hall had various positions, such as head of IT Audit, and Chief Operating Officer (COO). As COO, he was a member of ABN Amro’s board of directors from 2008 to 2018, from 2013 on in the role as vice-chairman. Currently, Van Hall holds various supervisory positions, such as chairman of the Supervisory Board of Ordina.
Chair of the Supervisory Board Marjan Trompetter is convinced Van Hall’s coming will strengthen the Supervisory Board: “With his recent managerial experience in the banking sector, Johan is a valuable addition to our Supervisory Board. Because of his broad bank-oriented knowledge in the field of IT and Operations, experience with large, complex transformations and results oriented focus, we also see him as a valuable sparring partner for our managing board.”
The other Supervisory Board members of Rabobank are: Marjan Trompetter (chair), Jan Nooitgedagt (vice-chair), Gert-Jan van den Akker, Annet Aris, Petri Hofsté, Arian Kamp, Marc Pensaert and Pascal Visée.