“We are in it for the long term”

News 24 May 2019

News 24 May 2019

Recently, Ronald Wuijster, member of the Executive Board of APG Group, spoke with Management Scope on ' purpose ' and what that means for APG. Ronald summed it up in a single sentence: “Provide a good pension in a sustainable world”.

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APG will reward female employees equally

News 22 May 2019

News 22 May 2019

Equal work will be rewarded equally at APG. More than 125 female employees of the pension delivery organization have received a letter today stating that their salary will be increased from 1 June. Their remuneration is brought to the same level of male colleagues with similar positions, experience and years of service. At the same time, APG is taking measures to solve this theme in a sustainable way.

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APG encourages sustainable green bond growth

News 21 May 2019

News 21 May 2019

APG views the issue of the first Dutch sovereign green bond as indication of the market’s increasing maturity. As a leading long-term responsible investor, we actively contribute to initiatives aimed at expanding the size and scope of this market. At the same time, we continue to emphasize high-quality standards and transparency in support of responsible, sustainable growth.

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Publications

APG Group N.V. 2018 Annual Report
In 2018 APG achieved an average additional return for its pension funds and their members of 90 basis points compared to the market. At the same time, APG succeeded in reducing its administration costs per participant by 6% to €69.40. APG also gave 850,000 ABP participants an insight into pension assets via the Personal Pension Depot, and 56,000 SPW participants were given a financial action agenda with the launch of Clear Overview and Insight. APG's turnover in 2018 was €1,036 million. The net result was €48 million. These results were announced in the Annual Report 2018 published today.
MiFID II - Annual Report Commodities Derivatives 2018
The revised EU Markets in Financial Instruments Directive 2014/65/EU (MiFID II) requires firms providing portfolio management, who execute decisions to deal on behalf of their client’s portfolio or place orders with other entities for execution, to summarise and make public on an annual basis, for each class of financial instruments, the top five execution venues where they executed client orders and the top five investment firms where they placed client orders for execution in terms of trading volumes in the preceding year and information on the quality of execution obtained. The following information is published in accordance with the technical standards as set out in Commission Delegated Regulation EU/2017/576 (RTS 28) representing the provision of the portfolio management investment service towards professional clients during the 2018 calendar year.

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