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Financial Markets Piero Overmars, SEVP Global Head of Financial Markets BU 11 December, 2003 Financial Markets Piero Overmars, SEVP Global Head of Financial Markets BU 11 December, 2003

Agenda for today Financial Markets (Piero Overmars) w Credit Markets (Niall Cameron) w Rates Agenda for today Financial Markets (Piero Overmars) w Credit Markets (Niall Cameron) w Rates Markets (Graham Bird) 0 2

When we formed Financial Markets in ‘ 02 we aimed to achieve four goals: When we formed Financial Markets in ‘ 02 we aimed to achieve four goals: w Enhance our offer w Provide better integrated capital raising, capital management and risk advisory service to our clients w Change origination behaviour w More selectively deploy capital to profitable Priority and Key clients Optimise portfolio through capital market instruments w Leverage our distribution capabilities w Improve our efficiency w w w Build on our penetration in Europe and Asia Narrow our focus on top 250 investors w Centralise infrastructure to benefit from economies of scale Hub & spoke front office model w 0 3

We are differentiating our offer and using our capital more effectively. . . Enhance We are differentiating our offer and using our capital more effectively. . . Enhance our offer Change origination behaviour Provide better integrated capital raising, capital management and risk advisory service to our clients w w w More selectively deploy capital to Priority and Key clients, and optimise portfolio through the cycle Newly originated transactions: credit RAROC Financial Markets Advisory (FMA) Whole business securitisation US Asset securitisation and CMBS European CMBS US Domestic and Sterling DCM New, improved, client-facing FX platform w Commodity and Hybrid Derivatives w w 0 Portfolio approach to manage credit risk through the cycle Rigorous implementation of hurdle rate for accepting loans into the portfolio 4

We are more important to our best clients and have a leaner operation Leverage We are more important to our best clients and have a leaner operation Leverage our distribution Improve our efficiency Build on our penetration in Europe and Asia and narrow our focus on top 250 investors Centralise infrastructure to benefit from economies of scale and ‘Hub & spoke’ front office model Compared to YTD ‘ 02 client revenues from: w Europe and Asia increased 19% and 21% respectively w Interest and FX derivatives up 16% and 85% respectively w Centralised Back Offices for – Interest Rate and FX Derivatives – Money Markets w Improved front office operating model: – Asset Securitisation – Structured Trade Finance – Credit Portfolio Management – Funding and Liquidity Management – Rates market making w e-clients up 53%, e-transactions up 80%; now 15% of total transactions are e- trades, up 40% 0 5

Financial Market clients are serviced by four production channels. . . Financial Markets Portfolio Financial Market clients are serviced by four production channels. . . Financial Markets Portfolio Management Group (PMG) Credit Markets Rates Markets Foreign Exchange Credit Portolio Management Primary Markets Market Making Spot FX Portolio Strategy Secondary Markets Structured Products FX Options Portfolio Execution Securitisation Banking Books Project Finance Focus of discussion today Loan Markets Structured Capital Financial Markets Advisory (FMA) Research Distribution 0 6

. . . resulting in a diversified and clientdriven earnings base for FM YTD . . . resulting in a diversified and clientdriven earnings base for FM YTD September 2003 % Revenue composition YTD September 2003 % Revenue breakdown by region USA 16% Australia 4% Lat. Am 6% Asia 12% Western Europe 56% CEMA 6% As at end September 2003 0 7

2003 has seen improved net profit contribution with stable revenues Financial Markets (FM) w 2003 has seen improved net profit contribution with stable revenues Financial Markets (FM) w Nine Months YTD 2003 2002 % change Revs (EURm) 2, 087 2, 207 (5) Prov (EURm) 253 575 (56) 50 69 (28) 3, 123 3, 142 (1) – RWAs (EURb) – Staff FM’s core business has annual revenues of over EUR 2. 8 bn (flat year-on-year) Net Profit has increased in ‘ 03 due to lower costs and provisions w Revenues per unit of RWA increased by > 30% since ‘ 02 w 0 w Slight reduction in headcount masks a large upgrading exercise and also resourcing for new initiatives 8

2003 results show q-o-q increase in earnings Financial Markets 2003 quarterly revenues w Revenues 2003 results show q-o-q increase in earnings Financial Markets 2003 quarterly revenues w Revenues (EUR mln) Geopolitical events and SARS affected client flows in Q 1 and trading results were disappointing 800 w Client revenues recovered but MM/Repo results slowed down in H 1 w Large ticket client deals and good trading sheltered Q 3 revenues from seasonal effects and the full-extent of US Treasury and MBS market turmoil w Positive trends of YTD 03 expected to continue in Q 4 750 724 709 700 653 650 600 Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 2003 0 9

Our loan portfolio has been shrunk and improved in credit quality Loan portfolio RWA Our loan portfolio has been shrunk and improved in credit quality Loan portfolio RWA trend w Loan portfolio remains strongly Investment Grade w Annualised provisioning as % of WCS RWAs declined from 87 bps in 2002 to 57 bps in September 2003 YTD w Portfolio size Loan Book (RWA) reduced by 47% in 2 years and made efficient Loan portfolio asset quality 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 20. 1% 20. 3% 18. 7% 80% 81% Sep. 02 Dec. 02 Sep. 03 UCR 1, 2, 3 UCR >=4 0 10

Competitively, we have bolstered our position in our chosen markets in ‘ 03 Overall Competitively, we have bolstered our position in our chosen markets in ‘ 03 Overall league tables Material increase in Top 5 rankings since FM was created Selected positions League Table sample size: 105 (3 Q 2002) 101 (3 Q 2003) w All International Bonds 2003 2002 Nov. full year 11 11 w All Euro-denominated bonds 4 6 w All Euro-denominated ABS/MBS 1 1 w Global Syndicated Loans: MLA 7 8 w Western Europe LBO Mandated Arranger 6 17 w All Euro Government Bonds 5 6 w Emerging Markets Syndicated Loans 6 7 w FX 6 9 1. Based on discussions with MOW. Sources: Greenwich, IFR, Euromoney, Project Finance Magazine, Risk Magazine, Dealogic - Loanware, Marakon analysis 0 11

Our clients and peers have recognised our gains - 2003 Awards Most Improved Debt Our clients and peers have recognised our gains - 2003 Awards Most Improved Debt House Euromoney, Awards for Excellence, July 2003 Best Bank - Fixed Income Treasury Management International Award 2003, November 2003 Project Finance Restructuring Deal of the Year “Our annual survey is based on the opinions of the world’s top 4, 000 multinational corporations and is supported by 24 national treasury associations. In a highly competitive market, this new award shows that ABN AMRO is getting things right. ” For PT Paiton Energy - Project Finance magazine, September 2003 Most Improved Bank at Overall Debt Capital Raising in Asia Euroweek, Asian Capital Markets Poll, February 2003 Currency Derivatives House of the Year Award Risk Magazine, January 2003 Voted #1 for FX by corporates Voted #3 by institutions FX Week, End-user surveys, November 2003 # 1 in Euro interest swaps with Corporates # 2 in Euro interest swaps with Financial Institutions Risk Magazine, End-user surveys, June 2003 0 12

Outlook for 2004 Industry outlook Business outlook w w Market share consolidation across many Outlook for 2004 Industry outlook Business outlook w w Market share consolidation across many product areas to Top 5, possibly Top 10, players w growth in the medium term: – US GDP growth will continue, but at a reduced rate from Q 3; European markets slowly growing and increasing trade We expect main areas of growth will continue to be in the structured finance domain w We are optimistic about the business Depth and number of top tier client relationship crucial to success – Interest rates to rise in US and UK but remain stable in Eurozone in 2004 – Private financing increasingly replacing Governmental expenditure – Corporate bond issuance expected to shrink by 25 -30% 0 13

Financial Market Plans for 2004 1) Enhancing our mature, volume-driven businesses: w Protect Profitable Financial Market Plans for 2004 1) Enhancing our mature, volume-driven businesses: w Protect Profitable Platforms - Foreign Exchange - Money Markets/Repos - Vanilla Interest Rate Derivatives - Asset Securitisation w Selectively upgrade strategic relationship products - Fixed Income (Primary & Secondary) - Government Bond Trading 0 14

Enhancing our mature businesses 2) Building out material new growth ‘spikes’: Expand into high Enhancing our mature businesses 2) Building out material new growth ‘spikes’: Expand into high growth product categories and/or high potential client segments/geographies, through selective investments w Opportunities in Derivatives – high value-added, tailored products – distribute to our numerous and deep relationships w Structured Credit businesses – European Infrastructure Capital – European High Yield w Expand Participation in Retail Segment – service ABN AMRO’s extensive middle-market financial institutions and private client customer base – differentiated product offering 0 15

Summary w Aims set out for 2003 have been achieved w Improved the economics Summary w Aims set out for 2003 have been achieved w Improved the economics of the business w Improved and improving competitive position w Optimistic outlook for business and industry in 2004 w Will be investing to grow current profitable positions and to create future franchises 0 16