On February 16, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands was at the ABN AMRO headquarters in Amsterdam to give a speech. This event aims to present a report titled “The Importance of Inclusiveness in Banking”. It was in her capacity as Special Advocate to the United Nations Secretary General for Inclusive Financing for Development (UNSGSA) that Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, 50, attended. The aim of the event is to highlight the problems encountered by women customers of banks. It is also an opportunity to find solutions to these problems.

As usual, the monarch was very elegant during this event. She notably chose a green leather skirt accompanied by a coat signed Natan for the occasion. The wife of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, 54, paired the outfit with high heels. As accessories, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands opted for green earrings in the style of Christmas wreaths.

Maxima of the Netherlands, the Queen supports the development of women

Research by the World Economic Forum has shown that women face barriers to accessing finance. This greatly diminishes the entrepreneurial spirit and the financial independence of women. This same research affirms that women tend to save more than to invest.

Following this report, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands highlighted the added value that personalization can bring for the development of women. The mother of Catharina-Amalia from the Netherlands, Alexia from the Netherlands and Ariane from the Netherlands also spoke about the financial impact it would have. Beyond the simple speech, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands went to meet representatives of Dutch banks to deepen the subject after her speech. This meeting was a great conclusion to his working day. Note that in the first part of the day of February 16, Maxima from the Netherlands made a digital speech on the occasion of the opening of the 45th meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) in Rome. A commitment that Queen Maxima of the Netherlands has made through her work for the UN.

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Lara T.
Lara T.

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