At the end of 1997, ABN AMRO was holding some Dfl765bn ($377bn) in custody assets within the Netherlands, of which 55% was for non-Dutch clients and only 2% was for group in-house clients. In the case of Kas-Associatie, at the end of February the figure was Dfl250bn, all of which was for non-group clients, of whom 45% were non-Dutch. For Mies Pierson, the total assets under custody at the start of 1998 was Dfl180bn, with no client breakdown details given. Outside the Netherlands, ABN AMRO looked after some Dfl131bn for Dutch clients, with 94% on behalf of third party clients. In the case of both Kas and Mees Pierson, the figures were Dfl60bn each, all of which was for clients outside the groups.