Board

The Board of the pension fund is ultimately responsible for the policy on pension management and asset management. The Board looks after the interests of pensioners, participants, former participants of ABN AMRO Bank and all other member companies.

What does the Board do?


Strategic policy is decided by the Board as a whole. The Board also has other duties and responsibilities, which are divided between the executive and non-executive board members.

Executive board members



The executive board members are responsible for the day-to-day management of the pension fund. They implement the strategic policy.

Non-executive board members

The non-executive board members oversee the implementation of the policy by the executive board members. 

Board committees

Our board committees advise the Board. Each of these committees is made up of board members and one or more external experts. There are six board committees:

1. asset management and balance sheet management

2. communication

3. finances and pension management

4. pension fund governance

5. risk management

6. legal

How does the Board take decisions?

All decisions made by the Board are properly prepared. First, a proposal is discussed by one of the board committees. The committee then advises the Board on the proposal. Finally, the Board discusses the proposal and advice before making its decision.


Composition and appointment

The Board has 13 members. These can be grouped as follows.

Executive board members

The executive board members are four full-time professionals. They are appointed by the non-executive board members.

Non-executive board members

The non-executive board members comprise:
- an independent chair
- four members representing the employers
- two members representing the employees
- two members representing the pensioners

The Executive Board of ABN AMRO nominates the four members who represent the employers. One of those members is a representative of the trade unions[A1] . The members who represent the employees and the pensioners are nominated by the Accountability Body.
 

Members of the Board

Executive board members

Neoletta Poelgeest

Rick de Rijk

Maarten Roest

Non-executive board members​

Hans van Horzen (independent chair)

Michel van Drie

Madeleine Jacobs

Kees de Pee

Kitty Roozemond

Fred Steenwinkel

Nery Anderson

Merijn Schut

Members representing the employers:

Kitty Roozemond

Michel van Drie

Nery Anderson

Members representing the employees:

Merijn Schut
Madeleine Jacobs

Members representing the pensioners:


Fred Steenwinkel
Kees de Pee

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