Annette Mosman has been appointed chief executive officer of APG Groep as of March 1st, 2021. She succeeds Gerard van Olphen who is stepping down on April 1st of this year. Annette has already been a member of the board of directors of APG as CFRO since February 2018. By appointing Annette, APG has a female chief executive officer for the first time in history.
Pieter Jongstra, chairman of the supervisory board, is pleased with the appointment of Annette:
“For the pension sector in The Netherlands, the expected New Pension Contract marks an important and challenging period and its implementation will be demanding for pension providers such as APG. I am pleased that Annette, as very experienced leader, will be at the helm during this period. We wish her every success in her new role.”
A word of thanks also goes to Gerard:
“APG as well as the Supervisory Board are deeply grateful to Gerard van Olphen. Gerard led an intensive process from the start of his appointment, in which he stood at the cradle of setting a clear strategy for APG and in which the interests of the participants were made a priority. He helped shape the new strategy, which will enable the Executive Board and the entire APG team to continue on the same path. We wish him and his family all the best for the future.”
As of March 1, 2021, the APG Executive Board will be composed as follows:
Annette Mosman (Chairman)
Ronald Wuijster (CEO Asset Management)
Francine van Dierendonck (Chair DWS, Chair Pension Administration ad interim)
vacancy (Chief Finance and Risk Officer)
Curious about Annette and the plans she has in her new position? Watch this video.