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Nominering van ons ViiP lid Jacqueline Lommen

We zijn heel trots op de nominering van ons ViiP lid Jacqueline Lommen voor de “European Pensions Pensonality of the Year” Award. In bijgaand bericht staat een link om op haar te stemmen. 

Jacqueline Lommen nominated for ‘European Pensions Personality of the Year’

Jacqueline Lommen has been shortlisted for the “European Pensions Personality of the Year’ Award. This Award aims to recognize those individuals that have truly made their mark in the European pensions space in recent years. The winner will be announced at the European Pensions Awards Gala dinner on 23 June in London. Jacqueline is nominated among highly respected names: Matti Leppälä, Secretary General/CEO, PensionsEurope, and Ronald van Loon, European Fundamental Fixed Income Fund Manager, BlackRock.

The Award is by reader’s vote, which means everyone has the opportunity to vote and therefore it would be great if you could support this Robeco nomination by clicking on the following link: http://www.europeanpensions.net/awards/votingform.php (This will take less than a minute of your time).

Please note that voting closes Friday 6 May 2016.

Jacqueline Lommen: “I feel very honored to be nominated. It recognizes Robeco’s leading role as a pensions thought-leader and solutions provider. The nomination supports our pensions branding campaign and positions us even stronger in UK, Dutch and other international asset management markets. European Pensions Magazine is a leading journal and web portal across Europe and is read a lot by our pension fund customers, corporate clients and prospects.”

About European Pensions: European Pensions is published by City of London-based Perspective Publishing Limited. The publication is a member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations, with a highly targeted circulation of over 8,500. European Pensions aims to address the major hurdles facing European pension schemes today and provide the essential information needed to survive this challenging environment. The publication reports on new and existing investment strategies at play among the leading pension funds across Europe and analyses the differences between countries, sectors and asset classes. It identifies the leaders in each of the respective markets and covers any legal and technological advancements which impact the day-to-day running of European pensions organizations. Furthermore, it tracks pensions developments in countries new to the EU.