APG Asset Management, one of the world’s largest pension fund investors, will welcome Thijs Aaten as CEO for APG Asset Management Asia on Sept. 1.
He will succeed Wim Hazeleer, who is leaving the €533 billion ($531 billion) Dutch pension after 10 years in the role to pursue new opportunities.
Aaten joined APG in 2001 and has served in numerous managerial roles in the Netherlands and Hong Kong. Most recently he was chief finance and risk officer (CFRO) of APG Asset Management Asia. Based in Hong Kong, he was responsible for risk management, compliance . . .
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