::projective strengthens its Dutch presence by opening an office in Amsterdam


Dutch based team to drive further growth with local presence and supporting local financial services institutions driving innovation and change

26.01.2018 – Today, ::projective (https://www.projective.biz) a business and technology consulting firm exclusively focused on the financial industry to inspire and facilitate innovation and execute change, announced the opening of its Amsterdam office as the hub for its business in the Netherlands. With an established client base of leading financial institutions served in the Dutch, European and global markets, the move adds to our commitment to further growth of the Dutch practice. We believe we can provide a powerful combination of digital-enabled innovation, executable advice, and delivery excellence embedded in an ecosystem network to solve complex challenges faced by our clients and support their innovation and change challenges and compress time for delivering tangible results.

“The Netherlands is a strong European market for us to service our clients, particularly in the banking, capital markets, investment management and insurance sectors, where we have proven impact through our deep domain and delivery expertise. “Since establishing the practice in the Netherlands in 2009 we have won and executed a significant number of projects at all key players in the Dutch market” said Corjan Mol, Partner and Managing Director of the firm who leads the Dutch practice together with Partner Piet Impens. Commenting on the office opening, Piet Impens said, “Our highly experienced Dutch team will serve both local clients and global institutions. We are also well positioned to leverage our ecosystem capabilities and footprint in the region to help shape our clients’ innovation and change-driven transformation agendas.”

Stefan Dierckx, CEO of ::projective said, “It is an incredibly exciting prospect to be opening our Amsterdam office at this time. With industry research suggesting that Amsterdam ranks third in Europe with over 15,000 people employed in FinTech sector. The Dutch FinTech industry is particularly well-developed in payments, e-commerce and trading. Therefore, we see innovation and change in the Dutch financial services sector will significantly grow during the years to come, and our own experience of increasing client demand, we have a great opportunity to build out our Dutch presence in the Benelux region over the next three years. I look forward to supporting our team in writing another chapter in our ongoing European success story.”