Frank Elderson has been an Executive Director of Supervision at DNB since 1 July 2011. He is responsible for supervision of banks, horizontal functions and integrity supervision, and legal affairs. He is a member of the Supervisory Board of the European Central Bank.
Frank holds several secondary positions. Since 2018, he has been chairman of the Network of Central Banks and Supervisors for Greening the Financial System (NGFS). In addition, he has been chairman of the Sustainable Finance Platform since 2016. Frank has also chaired the FEC Board since 2016. He has been chairman of the Management Board of the Netherlands Violin Competition Foundation since 2016 and chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Dutch Reading Foundation since 2017. Since 2019, Frank has been a member of the Reflection Council of the Netherlands Public Prosecution Service and a member of the Sustainable Markets Council HRH The Prince of Wales (SMC).
Before joining the Governing Board, Frank served as DNB's General Counsel (2008-2011). He was the Director of the Legal Services Division (2007) and Head of the ABN AMRO Supervision Department (2006).
After joining DNB in 1999, Frank held various management positions in the Legal Services Division, as well as representing DNB on various working groups of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB). Frank started his professional career in 1995 as a lawyer with Houthoff Advocaten & Notarissen.
He completed the first year of the Dutch law university programme with honours in 1990 and studied at the University of Zaragoza, Spain, in 1993 and 1994. Elderson earned his degree in Dutch law at the University of Amsterdam in 1994. He obtained an LLM degree from Columbia Law School, in the United States, in 1995. Frank was sworn in as a lawyer in the Netherlands in 1995. Date of birth: 18 May 1970, Utrecht