Accountability Body

The Board of ABN AMRO Pensioenfonds reports to the Accountability Body on the policy pursued by the Board and how the policy is implemented. The Accountability Body then issues an opinion, which is published in the annual report every year. You can find out all about the Accountability Body on this page.

What does the Accountability Body issue advice on?

The Accountability Body advises the Board on:

  • the remuneration policy;

  • the form and set-up of the internal supervision;

  • the communication and information policy;

  • any liquidation, merger or demerger of the pension fund;

  • the conclusion, amendment or termination of administration agreements.

Appealing against decisions by the Board
The Accountability Body may appeal against a decision made by the Board. It can do this if the Board was required to request advice but failed to do so, or if a decision taken by the Board is not in line with the advice issued by the Accountability Body.

Composition and appointment
The Accountability Body has a total of eleven members, five of whom represent the pensioners, four of whom represent the employees, and two members who represent the employer. The members are appointed by the Board of the pension fund for a period of four years.

The members who represent the employees and pensioners are appointed by means of elections. The Executive Board of ABN AMRO nominates the members who represent the employer.

Who are the members of the Accountability Body?

Marina Bakker - te Booy

Mieke Boersma (chair)

Alexander van der Garden

George Goudriaan

Haixia Hu

Philip Meijer

Martijn Mensen

Miranda Mion

Hylkia Nas-Kersten

Carla Perik

Vandena Kesharie

Members representing the employer:
Vandena Kesharie
George Goudriaan

Members representing the employees:
Marina Bakker - te Booy
Martijn Mensen
Hylkia Nas-Kersten
Haixia Hu

Members representing the pensioners:
Mieke Boersma
Alexander van der Garden
Philip Meijer
Miranda Mion
Carla Perik

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