LeasePlan today announces the appointment of Danny te Brinke (1974) as Director LeasePlan Bank following approval by the Dutch Central Bank (DNB).
LeasePlan Bank is an online savings bank focused on flexible savings and term deposits for Dutch and German retail banking customers. It was launched in 2010 in the Netherlands and achieved great success in a short period of time, launching in Germany in 2015. LeasePlan Bank currently serves close to 175,000 customers in the Netherlands and Germany, with a savings volume of approximately EUR 5.4 billion under management at year-end 2016.
Danny te Brinke succeeds Rob Keulemans, who has decided to step down from his position as Director LeasePlan Bank in order to focus on his other business interests.
Danny joined LeasePlan in 2008 as International Tax Manager within the Control, Reporting & Tax department. In 2012 he moved to the Strategic Finance department, serving as Director Strategic Finance until his appointment to Director Regulatory Affairs in 2016. He holds Master's degrees in Tax Law and Notary Law (University of Amsterdam) and Business Administration (VU University Amsterdam).
About LeasePlan Bank
LeasePlan Bank is part of LeasePlan Corporation N.V., which has a Dutch banking licence and is supervised by the Dutch Central Bank (DNB). LeasePlan Bank is committed to the careful management of its saving funds and will invest them only in LeasePlan Corporation’s core activities, namely vehicle leasing.
LeasePlan Bank is part of the Dutch statutory Deposit Guarantee Scheme (DGS), which is executed by DNB. Under the DGS, deposits held at Dutch banks (e.g. savings funds held on a LeasePlan Bank savings account) are in principle guaranteed up to EUR 100,000 per depositor per bank. The cross border service offering of LeasePlan Bank in Germany has been notified to the Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (BaFin).