Tjeerd Bosklopper to be appointed as CEO Netherlands a.i.
NN Group announces the intended appointment of Tjeerd Bosklopper as CEO Netherlands ad interim. The appointment of Tjeerd Bosklopper is subject to approval by the Dutch Central Bank, and is expected to be effective as from early November 2019. Tjeerd Bosklopper, currently Chief Transformation Officer (CTO), succeeds David Knibbe who has been appointed as CEO of NN Group.
David Knibbe, CEO of NN Group: ‘We are pleased Tjeerd is taking on the role of CEO Netherlands on a temporary basis. In recent years we have scaled our Dutch business through consolidation, bringing us to a new phase. Together with the Dutch management team, Tjeerd will further refine the strategy and explore options for a new organisational structure for the Netherlands. With his background and experience in transformation and technology, Tjeerd is well-placed to steer our Dutch businesses through this important change process. Tjeerd will remain responsible for IT, and he will continue to drive the acceleration of our transformation initiatives in the Netherlands. The transformation activities in our international business and in our asset manager NN Investment Partners will be led by the respective CEOs. We wish Tjeerd every success in his new role.’
Tjeerd Bosklopper, CTO of NN Group: ‘It is an honour to become CEO ad interim of our Dutch businesses. The environment we operate in changes constantly which requires adaptability, understanding of our customers’ needs, and digital expertise. We have a strong position in the Dutch market, but to stay relevant and able to optimally serve our customers, we need to take the next step in shaping our company for the future. Together with our colleagues I look forward to managing the business of today while at the same time preparing for tomorrow.’
Tjeerd Bosklopper (1975, Dutch) was appointed as CTO and member of the NN Group Management Board on 1 September 2018. Prior to his appointment as CTO, Tjeerd was responsible for the integration of Delta Lloyd and NN. He joined the company in 2006 and has held international management positions as Chief Information and Technology for the Benelux, CEO in Poland, and Head of Individual Life Services of NN Life in the Netherlands.
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NN Group is an international financial services company, active in 20 countries, with a strong presence in a number of European countries and Japan. With all its employees, the Group provides retirement services, pensions, insurance, investments and banking to approximately 17 million customers. NN Group includes Nationale-Nederlanden, NN, NN Investment Partners, ABN AMRO Insurance, Movir, AZL, BeFrank and OHRA. NN Group is listed on Euronext Amsterdam (NN).
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