Former PGGM CIO To Advise Duet On Pensions

Apr 4 2011 | 12:09pm ET

The former head of Dutch pension giant PGGM has joined hedge fund Duet Group.

Johan van der Ende began work as a senior adviser to the firm last month, Financial News reports. "We are pleased to have Johan as part of our team," Deut Chairman Henry Gabay said. "Johan will advise us on Duet Group's pension client strategy as well as our overall investment strategy and asset allocation."

Van der Ende spent more than four years at PGGM, which has some €100 billion in assets. For the last two, he was chief investment officer, leaving in November.

London-based Duet has more than US$2.4 billion in assets under management.


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