Annette Mosman APG's new CFRO

Published on: 23 October 2017

Today APG announced the appointment of Annette Mosman, upon completion of the transaction by Generali Netherlands, as the new Chief Finance and Risk Officer (CFRO) on the Executive Board of the APG Group (APG). She succeeds Angelien Kemna who's second term of appointment expired on 1 November 2017. The regulator has approved Annette Mosman's appointment.


Annette Mosman (1967) has extensive management experience in the financial sector. Since 2011, she has been a member of the Executive Board of the Generali Nederland insurance company; first as CFRO and since 2015 as CEO. From 2006 to 2009, as Associate Partner with KPMG Advisory, she was responsible for the CFO advisory services provided to major banks and insurance companies. Between 1997 and 2006, with KPMG Consulting (later Atos Consulting), she provided advisory services to companies in the financial sector on organizing an efficient and effective finance function. Between 1992 and 1997, as Auditor with KPMG Accountants, Annette audited major Dutch companies in various industries. Annette is a board member and treasurer of NOC*NSF, member of the Supervisory Board of Jeroen Bosch Hospital and member of the Supervisory Board of the Dutch Cancer Society (KWF). She is married and has three children.

Effective from the start of Annette, the Executive Board of the APG Group will be made up of Gerard van Olphen (Chairman), Annette Mosman (Chief Finance and Risk Officer), Ronald Wuijster (Acting Chairman Asset Management) and Wim Henk Steenpoorte (Chairman Pension Fund Services).


Gerard van Olphen, Chairman of APG’s Executive Board: "We are delighted with the appointment of Annette Mosman. Her extensive expertise and experience in the area of finance and risk management will be invaluable to APG. Working with Angelien over the past period has been more than pleasant. I have had the opportunity of getting to know her not only as a professional executive director, but also as a wonderful colleague. I am grateful to her for her support the past year."


Bart le Blanc, Chairman of APG's Supervisory Board: "APG and the Supervisory Board owe Angelien a debt of gratitude. As CEO of Asset Management she has made a major contribution to the further professionalization of APG's asset management organization and to the investment policy in line with the long-term objectives of our pension fund clients. As CFRO she further developed and made the Finance & Risk function of the APG Group future-proof over the past few years. The Supervisory Board also owes her a debt of gratitude for her readiness and leadership during the period when she temporarily assumed the chairmanship of the Executive Board at the beginning of 2016.  We are enthusiastic about Annette's arrival and wish her a great deal of success in her new role."