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Board member APG hands over chair to Boss of Tomorrow

Board member APG hands over chair to Boss of Tomorrow

20 January

APG is participating on Thursday 23 January in JINC Boss of Tomorrow 2020. An annual project to help children who can use a helping hand with a fair chance on the job market. "Boss of Today" Francine van Dierendonck, member of the board of directors and responsible for Participant and Employer Services at APG, hands her chair to Baas van Morgen Salma Ahabbat, MAVO student at the Sintermeertencollege in Heerlen that day.

APG appoints Marjolein de Jongh as Managing Director Strategy & Change

APG appoints Marjolein de Jongh as Managing Director Strategy & Change

20 January

Marjolein de Jongh was appointed as Managing Director Strategy & Change at APG Groep NV, the largest pension administrator in the Netherlands, on 20 January 2020. In this role she is responsible for the further development of the vision, strategy and long-term goals of the company. In addition, she will further design and implement the change strategy, in line with APG's new positioning. Marjolein reports directly to member of the executive board Francine van Dierendonck.

Equity consortium agrees to acquire stakes in New York’s Astoria Energy facilities

Equity consortium agrees to acquire stakes in New York’s Astoria Energy facilities

17 January

New York City, January 17, 2020 A consortium of equity investors including APG, MEAG (Munich Re’s asset manager acting for investors from within Munich Re Group), and Clal Insurance Company, alongside other US institutional investors have agreed to acquire 100% of Astoria Energy I and a 55% interest in Astoria Energy II. Located in Queens, New York, the facilities total 1.2 GW of combined-cycle generation. The plants are expected to provide reliable and required power as New York transforms its energy sector in the decades to come.

Gerard van Olphen warns for ‘horror scenario’ in FD

Gerard van Olphen warns for ‘horror scenario’ in FD

15 January

Politicians, the pension sector and social partners cannot let the pension agreement fail.

"Pension fund can turn to APG again"

14 January

While the majority of the largest Dutch pension providers no longer accept new clients for pension administration, the door at APG is now open again.

Jaap van Manen steps down as member and chairman of the APG Supervisory Board

Jaap van Manen steps down as member and chairman of the APG Supervisory Board

07 January

Jaap van Manen has decided to step down as member and chairman of the supervisory board of APG as of January 1. This is due to personal circumstances. This role of chairman will be assumed by Pieter Jongstra, the current vice-chairman of the supervisory board. Van Manen acted as chairman since 1 January 2019.

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