Marcel Jeucken leaves PGGM to work as independent RI adviser

​Marcel Jeucken, Managing Director Responsible Investment, is leaving pension fund service provider PGGM as of 1 November 2017. He is following a long-held wish to establish himself as an independent adviser in the field of responsible investment worldwide. His position will be filled in the interim by Frank Roeters van Lennep, CIO for Private Markets.

Press release

Eloy Lindeijer, Chief Investment Management at PGGM:

“Marcel is an important driving force and thought leader for PGGM. He has inspired and supported our clients to take new steps with their responsible investment policy, investing in solutions and in their role as engaged shareholders. In part because of this, PGGM has been able to develop as a leader in the field of responsible investment. In the upcoming period, we will continue to call on Marcel as an adviser for PGGM. In this capacity, he will also continue to hold administrative positions in networks that are important to us such as Eumedion and the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change.”

Marcel Jeucken entered service with PGGM in 2006 as head of the Responsible Investment team then being established. Before he came to PGGM, he was a director at the Dutch branch of the later Sustainalytics, and an economist at Rabobank. He is the author of several books and holds a PhD in economics on Sustainability in Finance.

Marcel Jeucken entered service with PGGM in 2006 as head of the Responsible Investment team then being established. In 2009, he joined the MT of the Front Office, and in 2011 he joined the MT and the Investment Committee of PGGM Asset Management as Managing Director for Responsible Investment. He was a delegate of the UN Principles for Responsible Invesment (PRI) Advisory Council. Before he came to PGGM, he was a director at the Dutch branch of the later Sustainalytics, and an economist at Rabobank. He is the author of several books and holds a PhD in economics on Sustainability in Finance.

About PGGM

PGGM is a cooperative Dutch pension fund service provider. Institutional clients are offered: asset management, pension fund management, policy advice and management support. On June 30, 2017 PGGM had EUR 206 billion in assets under management. The PGGM cooperative has approximately 725,000 members and is helping them to realize a valuable future. Either alone or together with strategic partners, PGGM develops future solutions by linking together pension, care, housing and work.

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Zeist, 22 September 2017

For more information, please contact:

PGGM Corporate Communication
Maurice Wilbrink

maurice.wilbrink@pggm.nl
Tel: +31 30 277 97 35
www.pggm.nl


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