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  • Dutch senate set to debate Pensions Bill

    News Mon, 14 Feb 2005

    NETHERLANDS - On the eve of the Dutch Senate discussions about the new Pensions Bill there is widespread scepticism within the national pensions industry on the timetable being pursued by social affairs minister Aart Jan de Geus.

  • PGGM defies restrictions to early retirement

    News Wed, 2 Mar 2005

    NETHERLANDS - More than a million Dutch pension holders might still be able to take early retirement in spite of the new government limitations, with healthcare scheme PGGM developing a plan which allows retirement at 62.

  • Dutch liberals slam collective schemes

    News Thu, 3 Mar 2005

    NETHERLANDS - The large collective pension funds such as civil service scheme ABP are providing a substandard service to their members, according to the Dutch liberal party.

  • Mercer separates Dutch pension certifying team

    News Fri, 4 Mar 2005

    NETHERLANDS - Mercer Human Resource Consulting is to set up a separate section for its staff who certify pension funds to enhance the independence of the team.

  • Dutch schemes want more time before pay vote

    News Mon, 7 Mar 2005

    NETHERLANDS - Thirty large Dutch pension funds want more time before a vote on the remuneration policy for board members of companies.

  • Duisenberg sees bright future for Dutch system

    News Tue, 8 Mar 2005

    NETHERLANDS – Wim Duisenberg, the former president of the European Central Bank and its Dutch counterpart, says the Dutch pension system has a bright future.

  • Ortec develops pension model for multinational

    News Tue, 8 Mar 2005

    NETHERLANDS - Dutch consulting and software firm Ortec has developed a model-based global pension risk management framework for an unnamed Dutch company.

  • Members slam Dutch schemes’ tsunami fund

    News Thu, 10 Mar 2005

    NETHERLANDS – An initiative by PGGM and ABP to set up a support fund for elderly victims of the Asian tsunami disaster has met with a negative response from members.

  • MN Services names new real estate head

    News Fri, 11 Mar 2005

    NETHERLANDS - Dutch pension schemes administrator and asset manager MN Services have named Richard van Ovost as new head of its international real estate team.

  • Dutch schemes invest €51bn abroad

    News Fri, 11 Mar 2005

    NETHERLANDS - Dutch pension funds invested €51bn in foreign bonds and equities last year, says Statistics Netherlands CBS in a provisional report.

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