NETHERLANDS - PGGM's CIO for portfolio management, Piet Roelandt, has announced he will step down in May to pursue an alternative path in financial markets.
Else Bos, CEO for investments, PGGM, said: "Over the past eight years Piet Roelandt has played an important and very visible role in various positions within PGGM.
"His contribution to structuring the investment portfolio of the health care and social work sector's pension fund and to setting up and managing our investments organisation has been extremely important for PGGM."
Roelandt said he planned to cycle across the US before returning to another job within financial sector.
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