"The green, green grass of home"

News 18 January 2019

News 18 January 2019

APG is to invest over 500 million euros in green mortgages for the ABP pension fund through Rabobank subsidiary Vista. Two birds with one stone: a good long-term return for members and a contribution to the sustainability of the Netherlands, explain Menno van den Elsaker and Kay Mennens.

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Jaap van Manen appointed as chairman of APG Supervisory Board

News 20 December 2018

News 20 December 2018

Prof. Jaap van Manen has been appointed by the shareholders of APG Group as chairman of the Supervisory Board of APG Groep NV, the largest pension provider in the Netherlands, with effect from January 1, 2019. He succeeds Bart Le Blanc, who resigned as chairman of the Supervisory Board in July, at the end of his term. Pieter Jongstra, Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board, took over the tasks of Le Blanc during the intervening period. The appointment of Mr. Van Manen is valid for a period of four years and has been approved by DNB. APG manages 485 billion euros in pension assets and ensures that over 4.5 million people can trust that their accrued pension rights are appropriately invested, administered and paid out.

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APG calls on US corporates to increase green bond issuance

News 18 December 2018

News 18 December 2018

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Responsible Investment Report 2017
The APG investments contributing to the United Nation's development goals, have increased to €55.3 billion in 2017. Today, we as APG published the Responsible Investment Report 2017, which shows for the first time which part of our investments contribute to such issues as combating poverty, quality education, and affordable and clean energy. Read for more information about this and our other steps our Responsible Investment Report 2017 here.
APG Group N.V. 2017 Annual Report
APG achieved an average return over 2017 of around 7 percent (over the different funds, this varied from 5.6 to 7.9 percent) for its pension funds and their participants. At the same time, APG succeeded in reducing the implementation costs per participant whilst maintaining high quality service provision. APG is a financially healthy organization. APG’s turnover for 2017 was €1,052 million. The net result was €47 million. These results were announced in the Annual Report 2017 published today.