NN Group appoints Pieter Emmen (1969) as Chief Risk Officer (CRO) of Nationale-Nederlanden Bank with effect from 1 November 2019. He succeeds Monique Hemerijck, who has decided to continue her career outside Nationale-Nederlanden. Monique has been CRO since 2013 and will stay on until 1 January 2020 to transfer her tasks and responsibilities to her successor.
Pieter Emmen is currently director of Finance and Risk at Achmea Bank Holding, a position he has held since 2017. Prior to this, he worked for more than twenty years at Rabobank, including as director of Rabo Mortgages Bank, director and chairman of Rabobank Re Insurance and director of Group Risk Management.
Marcel Zuidam, CEO of NN Bank: 'I am pleased that we were able to appoint an experienced candidate for this position at Nationale-Nederlanden. Pieter is a highly experienced all-round CRO with a strong commitment to developing risk management processes and managing teams. He combines in-depth substantive knowledge in these fields with almost 20 years of management experience. I look forward to working together with Pieter.
Nationale-Nederlanden Bank N.V. (NN Bank) offers retail banking services - savings, bank annuities, retail investments, mortgages and consumer loans - to approximately one million customers, primarily in the Netherlands. NN Bank is a subsidiary of NN Group, an international financial services company, active in 18 countries, with a strong presence in a number of European countries and Japan. NN Group is listed on Euronext Amsterdam (NN).
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