Roger van Boxtel is leaving APG's supervisory board

Roger van Boxtel is leaving APG's supervisory board

Published on: 26 March 2021

Roger van Boxtel will leave the Supervisory Board of APG Groep (APG) on 1 April 2021. After the end of his role as CEO at NS in the autumn of 2020, Roger decided to reconsider the composition of his ancillary positions. After six years as a member of the Supervisory Board of APG, the adoption of the new strategy is an appropriate moment for the departure. Roger is very confident that APG will successfully implement the new strategy.

 

Pieter Jongstra, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of APG Groep: “With the departure of Roger van Boxtel, we lose a respected colleague of the Supervisory Board. With his knowledge and experience, he has added to APG's development into a leading pension provider. We are very grateful for his contribution.”

 

Roger has been a member of the Supervisory Board of APG since July 16, 2015. After his departure, his duties will be provisionally divided between the other members of the Supervisory Board.

 

As of April 1, 2021, the Supervisory Board of APG will be composed as follows: Pieter Jongstra (Chairman), Dick van Well (Vice chairman) Claudia Zuiderwijk, José Meijer and Maes van Lanschot.