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Robeco appoints Rubenstein to Supervisory Board

25-02-2014 | Press release

Rotterdam, 25 February 2014 - today Robeco announces the appointment of Mr Alan Rubenstein to the Supervisory Board of Robeco Groep NV

Mr Rubenstein (57) is currently chief executive of the Pension Protection Fund. Previously, Mr Rubenstein was managing director of Lehman Brothers, where he was responsible for setting up the Pensions Advisory Group.
After holding various actuarial and investment positions at Scottish Widows, Mr Rubenstein went on to fulfill senior executive positions at BZW Asset Management, Lucas Varity Fund Management and Morgan Stanley. 

Mr Rubenstein currently holds a number of non-executive board positions and is a member of the Management Board of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries and the Investment Committee of the British Coal Staff Superannuation Scheme, as well as governor of the Pensions Policy Institute. Mr Rubenstein will have a seat on the Investment Committee (chairman) and the Audit & Risk Committee at Robeco.

The Supervisory Board of Robeco Groep N.V. will now have the following members: Dick Verbeek (chairman), Bert Bruggink, Arjen Dorland, Sjoerd Eisma, Makoto Inoue, Yoshihiko Miyauchi, Jan Nooitgedagt, Jeroen Kremers and Alan Rubenstein.

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