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Annual Statement

Annual Statement

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Annual Statement

  • Your Annual Financial Summary for 2020 is available for download. 
  • Useful for filing your tax return
  • Available in the ABN AMRO app and Internet Banking

2020 Annual Statement

Your Annual Financial Summary for 2020 is available for download in Internet Banking or via the ABN AMRO app. If you have any questions about your Annual Financial Summary, please read the FAQs.

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The Annual Statement explained

The Annual Financial Summary is a summary of your current accounts, savings accounts, investments, loans, mortgages and life insurance policies with ABN AMRO. 

Your Annual Financial Summary of 2020 is available for download in Internet Banking or via the ABN AMRO app.

Download using Internet Banking

  1. Log in to Internet Banking 
  2. Go to ‘Self-service’ > ‘Download annual and other statements’ 
  3. Under ‘Arrange now’, choose ‘Download statement’ 
  4. Select the account holder, the account number and choose ‘Annual Statement’ as the statement type
  5. Select the statement on the right-hand side of the screen and click ‘Download’ 
  6. Save the PDF file to your computer and open it
Download using the ABN AMRO app

  1. Log in to the ABN AMRO app app
  2. Go to ‘Self-service’ > ‘Download annual and other statements’ 
  3. Select the account holder, the account number and choose ‘Annual Statement’ as the statement type
  4. Select the statement and click ‘Download’ 
  5. Save the PDF file to your phone or tablet
When you will receive a printed version

You will receive a printed version if:

  • You do not have access to Internet Banking, but do have an ABN AMRO mortgage, life insurance policy, endowment insurance policy, bank savings, investment portfolio, term deposit or treasury
  • You do have access to Internet Banking, but you received your account statements by post in 2020
You will receive your Annual Financial Summary by February 16th 2021 at the latest. 
Cancelling your printed statements?

  1. Easily cancel your printed statements
  2. Simply download your annual statement and account statements from Internet Banking yourself in the future. 
  3. If you have a joint account, you and your partner will both need to cancel your printed statements.
Questions?

More information

The Annual Statement explained

The Annual Financial Summary is a summary of your current accounts, savings accounts, investments, loans, mortgages and life insurance policies with ABN AMRO. 

Your Annual Financial Summary of 2020 is available for download in Internet Banking or via the ABN AMRO app.

Download using Internet Banking

  1. Log in to Internet Banking 
  2. Go to ‘Self-service’ > ‘Download annual and other statements’ 
  3. Under ‘Arrange now’, choose ‘Download statement’ 
  4. Select the account holder, the account number and choose ‘Annual Statement’ as the statement type
  5. Select the statement on the right-hand side of the screen and click ‘Download’ 
  6. Save the PDF file to your computer and open it

Download using the ABN AMRO app

  1. Log in to the ABN AMRO app app
  2. Go to ‘Self-service’ > ‘Download annual and other statements’ 
  3. Select the account holder, the account number and choose ‘Annual Statement’ as the statement type
  4. Select the statement and click ‘Download’ 
  5. Save the PDF file to your phone or tablet

When you will receive a printed version

You will receive a printed version if:

  • You do not have access to Internet Banking, but do have an ABN AMRO mortgage, life insurance policy, endowment insurance policy, bank savings, investment portfolio, term deposit or treasury
  • You do have access to Internet Banking, but you received your account statements by post in 2020
You will receive your Annual Financial Summary by February 16th 2021 at the latest. 

Cancelling your printed statements?

  1. Easily cancel your printed statements
  2. Simply download your annual statement and account statements from Internet Banking yourself in the future. 
  3. If you have a joint account, you and your partner will both need to cancel your printed statements.

Questions?