Amsterdam,
25
September
2017
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11:28
Europe/Amsterdam

Amsterdam Trade Bank moves from the Gouden Bocht part of Herengracht to WTC Amsterdam

Amsterdam Trade Bank has signed a long-term lease with World Trade Center Amsterdam for approximately 2,100 sq. m. of office space in the fully renovated WTC I-Tower in Amsterdam’s Zuidas district. Nauta Dutilh was the only occupant of the WTC I-Tower until the end of 2016. After the company moved out, WTC Amsterdam fully renovated the 14,000 sq. m. I-Tower. The entrances on the ground floor and level 1 have been fully restyled and the office space has been fitted with a new system of climate ceilings with LED lighting. Amsterdam Trade Bank’s lease covers almost the entire building, except for two units of 450 sq. m. MUFG, DENSO, Infosys and PLMA and others have previously rented office space at the renovated I-Tower.

Amsterdam Trade Bank is a specialised financial institution focusing on the entire spectrum of international commodity financing (grain, metals and energy), shipping loans and assets-based financing. Amsterdam Trade Bank serves a wide range of customers active in all aspects of international trade, including commodities traders, ship owners or companies otherwise involved in the global logistics chain. In addition, Amsterdam Trade Bank also has savings products for private individuals. Amsterdam Trade Bank was established in the Netherlands in 1994 and has been part of the Alfa Group since 2001. Alfa Group is one of the largest private groups in Russia.

WTC Amsterdam was advised by CBRE, who worked closely with Van Gool Elburg. Amsterdam Trade Bank was assisted in this transaction by Solved. Solved Project Management also took care of the architectural finishing for Amsterdam Trade Bank.

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