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Accelerating cross-industry partnerships: ft ABN Amro 

In conversation with Matthijs Van Voorst, Director – Strategic Partnerships, ABN Amro 

 

Published: 22 January 2024

By May Moorwood

Digital Content Producer

In this episode of the MoneyLIVE Podcast, we’ll be hearing from Matthijs Van Voorst (Director – Strategic Partnerships, ABN Amro) on enhancing your FinTech partnership propositions and seizing today’s opportunities for cross-industry partnerships 

Listen to gain insight on: 

  • Spotlight on the ABN Amro way: what does a good FinTech partnership look like, from success stories to lessons learnt? 
  • Assessing the partnership landscape: which industries are ripe for cross-sector collaboration? 
  • Defining the criteria for a successful partnership: Matthijs’s top three tips 

To hear more insights on enhancing your third-party partnership propositions, whether it’s FinTech, BigTech or cross-industry, come along to MoneyLIVE Summit, taking place in London from 6th-7th March 2024 – you don’t want to miss it! 

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Matthijs Van Voorst

Director – Strategic Partnerships, ABN Amro

Matthijs is Head of Partnership Development & Ecosystems at ABN AMRO. In his current role he concentrates on building and realising partnerships, mainly with FinTech / Sustainability (Tech) companies. His team is driving group level effort to discover new revenue – and business models in co-creation with partners, in close collaboration with the Strategy & Innovation teams and business lines. Partnerships are realised in many shapes in forms, including contractual arrangements, JV’s and strategic (equity) investments. Matthijs is deeply connected to the European innovation & financial ecosystems. Prior to ABN AMRO Matthijs held strategic- and commercial positions within the asset management industry. Matthijs holds an MSc degree from the London School of Economics and an LLm from the University of Amsterdam. Parallel to his corporate career Matthijs is an active angle investor.