NETHERLANDS – Mohamed Lechkar, who worked on asset liability modelling at the E60bn Dutch health care scheme PGGM, has joined the central bank’s pension supervisory division.
Lechkar told IPE he has recently joined the supervisory division of De Nederlandsche Bank.
“I will work in the regulation area (quantitative risk management), for pension funds in the Netherlands,” he said. “I will be much involved with the new Dutch Financial Assessment Framework (FTK) for pension funds.”
He said he previously worked at PGGM’s investment division on a project about asset and liability management models, that PGGM is going to use.
After PGGM he worked on a pension and investments reform project for Hong Kong and Singapore at the Asian Development Bank.