NATIONALE NEDERLANDEN SCHADEVERZEKERING MTSCHAPPIJ N.
What does NN stand for?
NN stands for Nationale Nederlanden
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 17 other meanings of NN in our Acronym Attic
- Neue Musikzeitung
- Northern Metropolitan Zone (Diamond Creek, Victoria, Australia)
- Numerycznej Mapy Zasadniczej (Polish: Basic Numerical Maps)
- National Museum of Zambia
- National Museum of Zimbabwe Bulawayo
- Nodal Marginal Zone Lymphoma
- New Mexico Zoological Society
- Nacht und Nebel (German: Night and Fog; WWII prisoners held incommunicado)
- Naked News (show)
- Narcolepsy Network, Inc.
Samples in periodicals archive:
Prior to the merger of Nationale Nederlanden and NMB Postbank Group to form ING Group in 1991, Mr.
So he joined Nationale Nederlanden, a large insurance firm, where he worked for 27 years, becoming the head of its Life Insurance Company at the age of 32.
As if in gentle riposte to the charge that his architecture is perhaps more commonly associated with high profile, signature buildings (the most recent being the Nationale Nederlanden office block in Prague, AR April 1997), Frank Gehry has turned his attention to the grittier challenges of social housing.
With Ghent University, we are widening our customer base in the Benelux which includes, among others, major financial institutions such as Fortis Bank and Nationale Nederlanden.
life insurance, is the second-largest life insurer in the Netherlands behind Nationale Nederlanden (ING group), and owns 100% of Scottish Equitable PLC (AAA/Negative/--), which has a leading share of U.
ING Nationale-Nederlanden, originally established in Spain in 1978 as Nationale Nederlanden, offers leading saving and insurance solutions to individuals and families.
Customers include: Banco Santander (Portugal), Bank Itau (Brazil), Credit Agricole (France), Development Bank of Singapore, Harland Company (USA), Mobitai Communications (Taiwan), PTE Nationale Nederlanden (Poland), and the Royal Bank of Canada.