Robeco appoints chief financial and risk officer

Dutch fund manager Robeco has appointed Mark den Hollander as chief financial and risk officer, as well as member of the firm’s executive committee and statutory director.

He replaces Roland Toppen who left Robeco in September last year to pursue other career opportunities, a spokesperson for the firm said.

With over 25 years of industry experience, den Hollander will be responsible for various aspects of the business including the financial and operational risk management teams, fiscal affairs, legal affairs, compliance and the investment restrictions team.

Den Hollander has held various senior posts throughout his career, such as chief financial and risk officer at NN Investment Partners (formerly known as ING Investment Management), and chief investment officer at Amsterdam-headquartered ABN AMRO Asset Management.

Rotterdam-based Robeco, a subsidiary of ORIX Corporation Europe, had €162 billion in assets under management at the end of last year.

Integrating “fundamental, sustainable and quantitative research” the fund manager specialises in active investment strategies covering a diverse range of asset classes.

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