José Meijer appointed as member of the Supervisory Board of APG Group

News 20 May 2020

News 20 May 2020

José Meijer has been appointed as a member of the supervisory board of APG Group (APG), the largest pension provider in the Netherlands, as of 5 September 2020. The shareholders approved the nomination of José Meijer by APG's supervisory board. The APG works council has an enhanced right of recommendation for this nomination and has been closely involved in the search process. José Meijer succeeds Edith Snoeij, who retired from the supervisory board after eight years.

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APG invests over half a billion in Covid-19 bonds

News 20 May 2020

News 20 May 2020

To combat the Covid-19 pandemic and its socio-economic impact, APG on behalf of its pension fund clients has now invested well over €500 million in Covid-19 response bonds. The proceeds of these bonds are used, among other things, to fund emergency health measures and support packages for small and medium-sized enterprises in affected countries.

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APG urges Amazon to be transparent on employee health and safety measures

News 15 May 2020

News 15 May 2020

APG, together with the New York City Comptroller and the New York City pension funds, calls on Amazon to report on the progress of initiatives to keep its employees safe in times of COVID-19. Whereas Amazon recently announced a multi-billion dollar spending package to protect its workers, the latter remain fearful about coming to work.

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Publications

MiFID II - Annual Reports 2019
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 this and make it public on an annual basis for each class of financial instruments. This summary contains 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 2019 calendar year.

Download Annual Report – Commodities Derivatives 2019
Download Annual Report – Currency Derivatives 2019
Download Annual Report – Debt Bonds 2019
Download Annual Report – Debt Money Market Instruments 2019
Download Annual Report – Equities 2019
Download Annual Report – Equity Derivatives 2019
Download Annual Report – Interest Rate Derivatives Futures and Options 2019
Download Annual Report – Interest Rate Derivatives Swaps 2019
Download Annual Report – Securities Financing Transactions 2019
Download Annual Report – Structured Finance Instruments 2019

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APG Group N.V. 2019 Annual Report
In 2019 APG achieved an average additional return for its pension funds and their members of 56 basis points compared to the market. At the same time, APG succeeded in reducing its administration costs per participant to €67.30. APG also gave 975,000 participants an insight into pension assets, and 1.845.000 participants were given a insight in their income for later. APG's turnover in 2019 was €944 million. The net result was €53 million. These results were announced in the Annual Report 2019 published today. Read it on jaarverslag.apg.nl.