Ruulke Bagijn

Chief Investment Officer Private Markets

Ruulke Bagijn is Chief Investment Officer Private Markets of PGGM and member of the management team of PGGM Investment Management. Ruulke joined PGGM in October 2009 as head of Private Equity coming from 4RAE, a private-equity fund focused on renewable energy, where she was Managing Director. Prior to that, she headed the Principal Investment Group of ABN AMRO in London and was a member of the management team and investment committee of the wider Structured Capital Group. Ruulke previously spent time within ABN AMRO in the Infrastructure Capital Group in London and in M&A Advisory Group in Amsterdam. Before joining ABN, Ruulke held positions at ING as an economic analyst. Ruulke holds an MSc in Business Economics from Erasmus University in Rotterdam and is a CFA Charterholder.

    1. Working towards sustainable investing

      How to implement a sustainable investment framework? Ruulke Bagijn talks to SuperReview ‘This is about long term investing providing a pension in a sustainable world’

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    1. Private Equity could do Infrastructure deals

      In the gray area between Infrastructure and Private Equity lay good investment opportunities that would fit pension funds, Ruulke Bagijn tells Investment & Pensions Europe (IPE.com).​

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    2. PGGM finds out what it really means to be a long-term investor

      Customised benchmarks, absolute return strategies and long-term mandates are all being considered by the PGGM executive team as it implements the new PFZW investment framework. Amanda White spoke to Ruulke Bagijn chief investment officer of private markets and Marcel Jeucken, managing director responsible investment at PGGM about what it really means to be a long-term investor.

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