NETHERLANDS - John Neervens, chairman of the board at ABP, has died at aged 60 following a battle with cancer, leaving the fund to hunt for his replacement in the wake of his unexpected demise.
According to the fund, Neervens had made an apparent recovery from the sickness, but passed away last Thursday after a relapse. His death was unexpected and as yet no one has been appointed to take over his role.
Neervens served as ABP board chairman for 12 years and the fund said: "Under his control, the privatisation of ABP took form and the fund has developed into modern, well organised company."
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