NETHERLANDS - The e70bn PGGM pension fund has appointed Marc van den Berg and Johan van der Ende to new roles within its investment division.
Van den Berg has been appointed chief operating officer investments with effect from 1 May 2006. He has been working for PGGM as a senior development manager since February 2005 and was previously a partner in KPMG and Nolan.
From 1 July 2005, van der Ende will become director of structured investments. He has been acting COO with PGGM since March 2005 and previously worked in various positions at ING. He is also a member of the board supervising the postgraduate Financial and Investment Analysts programme at the Free University of Amsterdam.
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