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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Large Dutch funds index pensions again

2022-06-27T12:33:00+01:00

ABP, PME and PFZW had not increased pensions since 2008

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Burn-outs hit Blue Sky Group management board

2022-06-21T11:25:00+01:00

CEO Tom Bottinga is currently the sole serving board member

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ABN Amro fund faces acute staff shortage

2022-06-21T11:18:00+01:00

The pension fund also sees the complexity of the new pension legislation as a strategic risk that could negatively impact the management of the fund

Netherlands country report - March 2022

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.

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Country Report: Pensions in the Netherlands (September 2021)

September 2021 (Magazine)

Dutch pension funds are hesitant to exclude companies or entire sectors from their investments universe and instead prefer to take the route of engagement, as we find out in our latest in-depth report on Dutch pensions. The report also covers how experiences from other countries can help illuminate the current Dutch pension reform, and analyses why the traditionally sleepy market for pension administration is undergoing unprecedented upheaval.