€2.8b Horeca fund seeks new director
NETHERLANDS - Horeca, the €2.8bn industry-wide pension fund for the Dutch hotel, restaurant, cafe and catering industry, today said it is looking for a new managing director, following the resignation of Eric Uijen.
Uijen, who has been with the fund since eight years, has announced he will leave the fund in November to join Mn Services, where he will become a member of the Pensions and Services management committee.
His specific responsibility within the committee will be to set up administering services for new pension fund clients.
The fund said its governing board has now begun the process of recruiting a new managing director.
It is yet another addition to Mn Services' expanding team as Patrick Dunnewolt, previously with Goldman Sachs Asset Management in London, took up the role of Mn Services' business development manager on July 1.
Dunnewolt is now responsible for the bringing in business from large market clients seeking fiduciary investment management, pension scheme administration or management support with Mn Services, and heads a team of (senior) business consultants and RPF producers.
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