NETHERLANDS - Bart Noordman [pictured] has been appointed director at GMO, and will be responsible for the company's activities in the Netherlands. Noordman joined GMO in January, and held previous positions as an investment consultant with Towers Perrin in Amsterdam, portfolio manager at F&C in London and as investment strategist at the Philips Pension fund.
In total, Noordman has nine years of experience in institutional investment management.
GMO currently has US$112bn in assets under management, most of which are managed on behalf of pension funds.
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