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Current members: ABN AMRO, AIG, APG Asset Management, ASML, Atradius, Axa IM NetherlandsBDO Consultants, FMOIBM Netherlands Pension Fund, ING Groep, MitsubishiMitsui & Co. Benelux, PGGM, Rabobank Groep, Randstad Holding, Royal Boskalis Westminster, Royal Dutch ShellRoyal IHC, Royal Philips, Sumitomo BeneluxTata Steel Nederland, Thales Nederland, Twynstra Gudde, Van Oord.

The Netherlands is home to many internationally-operating companies. For these companies it is important to understand geopolitical trends and assess how the latest international developments could impact their business. Clingendael is proud to work with corporations to exchange ideas, insights and knowledge about international affairs and how they may shape the Dutch, European and international business climate.

COVID-19, the Chinese New Silk Road, the global response to climate change and Brexit are examples of international developments that will change the way business is done, generating new risks and opportunities. Meanwhile protectionism and populist politics affect Western economies, the future of trade and the degree of cooperation between countries.

Our Corporate Membership Programme is open to top-tier companies that value the Clingendael Institute’s role in delivering independent, rigorous, and evidence based analysis to contribute to a secure, sustainable and just world.

As part of our Corporate Network we are providing you with analyses, inspiration, advise and high-level exchanges for strategic decision-making in a more and more internationalized and geopolitical business environment, by offering you the following memberships:


In addition, members are continuously updated on Clingendael's research, trainings, public debates and expert sessions. 


Frans-Paul van der Putten
Senior Research Fellow / Coordinator Clingendael China Centre
Rem Korteweg
Senior Research Fellow/Head of Strategic Initiatives & Outreach

Interested in joining our corporate network?