Eloy Lindeijer, Chief of Investment Management at PGGM, the €252bn pensions asset manager for funds including the PFZW scheme for Dutch healthcare workers, and a noted personal proponent of responsible investment, is to leave the fund after nine years.
Lindeijer, who leaves his post in October, says he wants to remain in the field of long-term and responsible investing, which he helped develop during his time at PGGM. He has not yet announced his future plans.
His replacement has also not yet been named, and Lindeijer will support the transition to a successor once a new investment head has been hired.
Lindeijer, formerly director of the Financial Markets division at De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB), sat on the executive committee of PGGM. Notably, he was a member of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), created by the Financial Stability Board (FSB), the international body that monitors and makes recommendations abou…