Ronald Wuijster reappointed as member of the board of APG

Published on: 31 March 2022

Ronald Wuijster (55) has been appointed for a second term as a member of the Executive Board of APG Groep NV, the largest pension provider in the Netherlands. He will remain responsible for the Asset Management portfolio and therefore ultimately responsible for advising on and implementing the investment policy of the pension funds served by APG. The appointment of Ronald Wuijster is for a period of four years and has been approved by the shareholders. In addition to his role as a member of the Executive Board, he is also chairman of the board of APG Asset Management. APG Group manages more than 620 billion euros in pension assets and ensures that more than 4.5 million people can rely on the correct investment, administration and payment of their accrued pension rights.


Ronald Wuijster has over thirty years of experience in the investment world, of which twenty years as a director and director. Since 2006, he has held various top positions at APG, including managing director Strategic Portfolio Management and Chief Investment Officer. Before joining APG, he held various directorships at Robeco, including corporate strategy, development and research. Wuijster studied business economics and law at Erasmus University Rotterdam. He is married and has three children.


Annette Mosman, chairman of the board of APG: “I am very pleased that Ronald has again committed himself to us for four years. We are on the eve of the largest pension reform ever and with it also an important transformation of APG. In the new system, asset management and pension administration will come much closer together. Then Ronald's substantive knowledge and experience is essential. But it is equally important that he contributes as a professional and person to the stability and team spirit in the board of directors. As a board of directors, we will be able to benefit from that in the coming transition years.”


Pieter Jongstra, Chairman of the Supervisory Board: “With €606 billion in pension assets (February 2022) under management, APG is one of the world's top investment institutions. Our pension fund clients rightly place high demands on our investment activities, with sustainability as an important precondition. That is why we are pleased that we have been able to bind Ronald Wuijster to us again for another four years. He has in-depth knowledge and experience in the field of long-term responsible investing. On behalf of the Supervisory Board, I wish him every success in this new term.”