Eloy Lindeijer

Chief Investment Management

After graduating in Business at Nyenrode University and International Relations at Johns Hopkins University, I started my career at De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB). I held several positions over a period exceeding twenty years, most recently as director of the Financial Markets division. I represented DNB in various committees of the European Central Bank and the Bank for International Settlements. In my current position I am responsible for PGGM’s investment management. My main challenge is to generate a sustainable long-term return on our global investment portfolio. We strive to realise an inflation-protected pension, while contributing to a more sustainable world. I am married with two children. Our hobbies are travelling and discovering new places.

    1. Annual report responsible investment 2018 published

      The Annual Responsible Investment Report 2018 has been published and we are proud of the results. In the report we show the impact of the investments of our clients and discuss the most important developments and dilemmas in 2018. Eloy Lindeijer reflects.​

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    2. Dutch solvency framework costing pension funds billions

      ​The current solvency framework – the Financieel toetsingskader (FTK), adversely affects Dutch pension funds' returns. Time to consider a different design and other risk models, writes Eloy Lindeijer.

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    3. Tar sand transport sector also deserves a sound shareholder dialogue

      ​Contributing to achieving the Paris climate goals involves developing shareholder engagement, writes Eloy Lindeijer.

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    4. Annual report responsible investment 2017 published

      The Annual Responsible Investment 2017 report has been published and we are proud of the results. In the report we show the impact of the investments of our clients and discuss the most important developments and dilemmas in 2017. Eloy Lindeijer reflects.

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    5. Sustainable finance is gaining momentum

      ​A European initiativeSustainable finance is gaining momentum. And gladly so. Last week the European Commission presented its action plan Financing Sustainable Growth. This Action Plan sets out ambitious measures needed to make “sustainable finance the norm across Europe”. This is a positive development and ambition that we as PGGM very much welcome.

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    6. Impact-investing: from millions to billions

      ​2016 was an important year in the development of impact investing we have reported on this in our new PGGM Annual Responsible Investment Report.

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    1. FSB names additional members of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures

      ​The Financial Stability Board (FSB) today announced the names of additional members of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) for phase 2 of the work of the Task Force. The Task Force, which was created in December, is developing voluntary, consistent climate-related financial disclosures for use by companies in providing information to lenders, insurers, investors and other stakeholders. More effective disclosures will help to reduce financial stability risks by avoiding an abrupt repricing of financial assets as the impact of climate change becomes clearer.

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People behind PGGM

Our experts get asked worldwide to speak at congresses and events about pension, asset management and other related subjects. In the agenda on the right you can see where and when, and you will be redirected to more informative about the congress or event.

Are you organizing a congress or event and would you like to invite one of our experts to speak? Please contact us via press@pggm.nl