Wouter Bos and Bianca Tetteroo join the Netspar Supervisory Board
The Netspar Foundation Board has appointed two new members to the Supervisory Board: Bianca Tetteroo and Wouter Bos. Wouter Bos will act as chairman. With these appointments, the Netspar research network is strengthening its position as an honest broker for knowledge about pensions and aging. The Supervisory Board also consists of Guusje Dolsma, Tuur Elzinga, Lex Meijdam and Gerard van Olphen.
Casper van Ewijk (managing director of Netspar): “We are delighted with this strengthening of our Supervisory Board. Both members are very familiar with the financial world and have a social antenna. Wouter Bos succeeds Job Swank as chairman; his term ends at the end of this year. We would like to express our gratitude to Job for his important contributions to Netspar: first as a member of the so-called Advisory Board and from 2012 as a member and ultimately chairman of the Supervisory Board. Job always focused on the content and the future. ”
Wouter Bos is an economist and political scientist, former Shell employee, finance minister, responsible for KPMG Healthcare NL and chairman of the VU Medical Center. Wouter Bos is currently Chairman of Invest NL; a state participation that will stimulate investment in social areas. The aim is to further strengthen the Dutch economy and to make the transition to a sustainable economy. Wouter Bos is an independent chairman with a relevant network in the financial world and The Hague, socially involved and with expertise. The appointment of Wouter Bos as member and chairman of the Supervisory Board starts on 1 February 2020. His first term ends on 31 January 2023; he can then be reappointed twice.
Bianca Tetteroo (Executive Board of Achmea and member of the Supervisory Board of Kunsthal Rotterdam) Bianca recently led the strategic committee that made recommendations for strengthening the future financing for Netspar on behalf of the Supervisory Board. The appointment of Bianca Tetteroo as a member of the Supervisory Board starts on January 1, 2020. Her first term ends on December 31, 2022; she can then be reappointed twice.