Gerrit Zalm, who was born on May 6th of 1952, was previously the Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Finance of the Netherlands. In the history of the Netherlands, he was the longest serving acting Minister of Finance and was the person for several reforms of the Dutch economy. However, in 2006, he declared in a talk show that he would retire from his political ventures in order to pursue employment in the private sector. Later on, he worked for the DSB bank, a banking institution known for offering loans to people who have low income. On the 21st of November 2006, Prime Minister Balkenende announced the appointment of the new chief executive officer of the bank Gerrit Zalm, as a result of the merger of Fortis Netherlands and ABN.
Former Dutch Deputy Prime Minister Gerrit Zalm was selected as the chairman of trustees at the International Accounting Standards Board.
Gerrit Zalm made a statement on his positions as executive Board member and chief economist at DSB bank.
Gerrit Zalm was appointed chief executive officer of the merged institutions ABN Amro and Fortis Bank Nederland.
International Accounting Standards Committee chairman Gerrit Zalm traveled to Japan and met with the major Japanese marketing constituents.
Wapedia has a brief background on Gerrit Zalm’s political and post-political career.
Gerrit Zalm, then-Netherlands Vice Prime Minister of Finance delivered a speech at the Enterprising Britain Conference Panel in 2004.
In 2007, Gerrit Zalm, former Deputy Prime Minister of Finance in the Netherlands, became an adviser of Permira, a European private equity firm.
ABN Amro gave descriptions on positions that Gerrit Zalm has been holding in the company.
An overview of Gerrit Zalm’s various affiliations in various political, education and business sectors.
Gerrit Zalm, former Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister of the Netherlands, was named chairman of the International Accounting Standards Committee.
A brief description of Gerrit Zalm’s political career from the 1970s to 2003.
International Accounting Standards Board has a profile of Gerrit Zalm, the chairman of Trustees of the IASB.