Dutch Doctors’ scheme nabs ABP’s Wu
NETHERLANDS - Meng-lei Wu has taken up the function of treasurer at the €12bn Doctors' Pension Fund Services, or DPFS.
Mr Wu, 37, has taken over from Timon Smid, who has left to join Aegon Asset Management, a spokeswoman added.
The new DPFS treasurer had been allocation manager at asset management at the €201bn Dutch civil service scheme Stichting Pensioenfonds ABP since 2004. A successor hasn't been appointed yet, an ABP spokesman indicated.
DPFS - the former SBA Artsen Pensioenfondsen - carries out pension and asset management for the occupational schemes for general practitioners SPH, and medical consultants SPMS.
The scheme has 14,000 active members and 10,000 pensioners.