NETHERLANDS - Former Aegon pensions co-ordinator Jacqueline Lommen has joined De Nederlandsche Bank, the central bank which supervises pensions.

Lommen, 43, started in May, and is senior advisor in the department of supervisory policy reporting to Diny Tiellemans.

Her new responsibilities in the Dutch and international pensions market will address certain issues, including CEIOPS WGOP and consultation with stakeholders in the Dutch pensions sector evolving from this.

Lommen, who left Aegon on 1 March, has been replaced by Frans van der Horst who is now managing director of Aegon’s pension network.

Separately, Aegon UK has named chief investment officer Andrew Fleming as managing director of Aegon Asset Management.

Fleming, 46, takes over from Colin McLatchie, who is leaving the company after four years in the role. Fleming was formerly CIO, Global Head of Portfolio Management at ABN Amro Asset Management.