NETHERLANDS - Hans van der Windt has been appointed chief pensions officer of PME, the industry-wide pension fund for the Dutch engineering sector.
Van der Windt’s appointment will come into effect on 1 September 2006, when his predecessor Gerard van Dalen will be leaving.
Van der Windt will resign from the numerous posts he currently holds on taking up his new position at PME.
These include him being the employees’ chairman and a member of the executive subcommittee of PME, the employees’ chairman of the council of the Dutch association of industry-wide pension funds (VB).
He is also a member of the executive committee of the pension fund for metal working and mechanical engineering (PMT).
Van Dalen, who will take up the role of CEO of doctors pension fund services on his departure from PME, was appointed CPO in 2002.
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