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Robeco Group appoints Hester Borrie to the Management Board

01-10-2009 | Press release Hester Borrie has been appointed as a member of the Management Board of Robeco Groep N.V. She will be responsible for Global Distribution and Marketing. Hester Borrie’s appointment is subject to the approval of the regulators. At the same time, Roderick Munsters (CEO) will become temporarily responsible for Mainstream Investments and Leni Boeren for Robeco Investment Management in the USA. They are expected to continue in these functions for several months. Frank Kusse has decided to continue his career outside of Robeco. Roderick Munsters (CEO): “We respect his decision and will continue to build on the international distribution strategy which was successfully initiated under his directorship.”

Hester Borrie (39) worked at Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM) for more than 10 years. She held various sales positions, most recently as Managing Director. Before Morgan Stanley, she was employed by Mees Pierson. Hester Borrie comments: “I am joining Robeco at an excellent time. Robeco holds a strong position within the Rabobank group and has emerged unharmed from the credit crisis. I see a host of opportunities for a solid asset manager with a Dutch pedigree for both retail and institutional business development.”
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