Dutch asset manager Robeco has named Mark den Hollander as its new chief financial and risk officer (CFRO).
Hollander will also join the firm’s executive committee and serve as statutory director.
In the new role, Hollander will have oversight of business control and finance, as well as financial and operational risk management teams.
He will also be in charge of managing fiscal and legal affairs, along with compliance and the investment restrictions team.
Hollander joins from NN Investment Partners, where he latterly was the CFRO.
He spent nine years at the firm, holding several roles such as CRO and head of investment solutions.
His 25-year financial career also includes a stint at ABN AMRO Asset Management.
Since joining ABN AMRO in 1993, he worked in various positions including CIO of structured investment solutions.
Referring to Hollander, Robeco CEO Gilbert Van Hassel said: “With his extensive expertise and experience in the asset management industry, including in investments, I am convinced that he is the perfect match for the job, and that he is going to add a lot of value to the further execution of our strategy.”
At present, Robeco has 15 offices across the globe. The firm managed €179bn in assets at the end of March 2019.