Netherlands: Pensions and Investment News and Analysis

Latest news and analysis of pensions, asset management, regulation and trends in the Netherlands from our award-winning journalists.

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Dutch pension funds increase interest rate hedges


More than two dozen funds increased their hedge by more than 9% in Q2 in response to rising interest rates

Still Searching for (Lasting) Inflation

Corporate pension fund tenders mandates over €500m


Plus: Insurer in The Netherlands seeks EM manager for €250m brief


Dutch unions quarrel with temp agencies over pension


The pair disagree whether pensions must be included in a deal to make labour conditions of temp workers “at least equal” to those of permanent workers

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Netherlands: Pension transition drives consolidation

September 2022 (Magazine)

Pension schemes are turning to mergers as one way to cope with the rising costs of complying with greater regulation

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Country Report – Pensions in The Netherlands (March 2022)

March 2022 (Magazine)

The nominal treatment of liabilities in the Netherlands’ FTK pension regulatory framework means schemes don’t need to explicitly hedge inflation. But Dutch inflation came in at one of the highest rates in the euro-zone in January, and there has been strong criticism in the last decade about pension indexation cuts.