NN Group nominates Supervisory Board members for reappointment

Ridhima Sharma
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NN Group nominates Supervisory Board members for reappointment

The Supervisory Board of NN Group has nominated Clara Streit and Robert Jenkins for reappointment as members of the Supervisory Board for a term of four years. They have been members of the Supervisory Board since 1 June 2017 and 2 February 2016 respectively.

The current term of appointment of Clara Streit ends on 12 April 2020 and the term of appointment of Robert Jenkins ends at the close of the Annual General Meeting on 28 May 2020 (2020 AGM). The proposals for reappointment will be submitted for adoption at the 2020 AGM.

The term of appointment of Dick Harryvan, vice-chair of the Supervisory Board, ends at the close of the 2020 AGM. The term of appointment of Supervisory Board member Robert Ruijter, who was appointed pursuant to the enhanced recommendation right of the Central Works Council, ends on 12 April 2020. Both have indicated that they are not available for reappointment.

Following the ending of the Supervisory Board memberships of Harryvan and Ruijter, some additional changes will occur within the Supervisory Board. Firstly, Hélène Vletter-Van Dort will succeed Harryvan as vice-chair of the Supervisory Board as of the close of the 2020 AGM. Secondly, Hans Schoen will be considered as appointed pursuant to the enhanced recommendation right of the Central Works Council as of 12 April 2020, and as a result will become a member of the Remuneration Committee as of the same date.

 

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