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ABP / APG Asset Management

APG was established on 1 March 2008 as an independent administration organization of Stichting Pensioenfonds ABP, the largest pension fund in the Netherlands. As the largest pension provider in the Netherlands, APG looks after the pensions of 4.7 million participants. APG provides executive consultancy, asset management, pension administration, pension communication and employer services. With approximately 3,000 employees APG work from Heerlen, Amsterdam, Brussels, New York, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing.

Country

Netherlands

AUM ($B)

$650

Performance

6.6

Chief Investment Officer

Peter Branner

Chair

Corien Wortmann-Kool (ABP) and Annette Mosman (APG)

Asset allocation
APG Asset Management business unit employs over 700 highly trained, highly experienced investment professionals. APG manages approximately 75% of their assets internally.

38.1% Fixed Income Securities

33.2% Shares

18.9% Alternatives

8.9% Real Estate

0.9% Cash and Other

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