Dutch casino group names new pensions head
NETHERLANDS - Bert Borgman has taken over from Pim Visser as director of the pensions bureau at gaming firm Holland Casino.
He took over at the start of this month after Visser retired.
Borgman, 46, has been director finance and control of Holland Casino since March 1, after leaving the Dutch national lottery, where he has been working as finance director for eight years.
Holland Casino’s scheme has all its tasks contracted out to the pensions bureau. The scheme has 6,200 members, of whom approximately 4,000 are active.
The casino’s fund had assets under management of €392m at the end of 2004. Holland Casino has twelve branches in the Netherlands.