Pension provider APG along with the 10 other largest asset managers visited world leaders such as Obama, Merkel and Hollande last summer to warn them that investments in their economies will decline if they introduce a tax on financial transactions. Read more >


Retrospect on APG Seminar 'Beyond Polarization'


Return for young and old

On October 31, the pension debate between generations (chaired by Charles Groenhuijsen) was discussed during an APG seminar in The Hague. APG organized this seminar for its relations with the aim to discuss one of the main pillars of the pension system: solidarity. Read more >

a.s.r. outsources their pension administration to Inadmin


Inadmin assumes responsibility for the pension administration of a.s.r.’s new pension product. This is what a.s.r. and Inadmin have agreed on. The contract between the two parties was signed Oktober 30st 2013 by Jos Baeten, Chairman of a.s.r.’s Executive Board and Dick Sluimers, Chairman of APG’s Executive Board, Inadmin’s parent organization. Read more >

Change composition Executive Board APG


Petri Hofsté RA will leave the company, Peter Kok new interim CFRO

The current Chief Finance and Risk Officer (CFRO) of APG, Petri Hofsté RA, will leave the company. Her successor is Mr. Peter Kok, on an interim basis. Read more >



Limiting accrual means undermining pensions


The latest cabinet plans would still result in a lower tax-free pension capital.

It is an illusion to think that Dutch citizens will have a pension at the current level in the future if the cabinet’s proposals are implemented. At 40 to 45 percent of the last-earned wages, the retirement pension will be significantly lower than the government has stated to date. Read more >

APG launches Inadmin


APG extends its current service provision with a new service, Inadmin. Inadmin carries out the administration of defined contribution schemes for premium pension institutions (PPIs), company pension funds and insurance companies. Read more >

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