Johan Conijn and Jan van Rutte appointed to Supervisory Board of BNG Bank

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On 23 November 2015 the General Meeting of Shareholders of BNG Bank appointed Mr J.B.S. (Johan) Conijn and Mr J.C.M. (Jan) van Rutte to the Supervisory Board. They will be filling the vacancies arising on the Board following the resignation of Ms S.M. Dekker and Mr H.O.C.R. Ruding. Ms M. Sint, member of the Supervisory Board since 2012, has been appointed chairperson of the Supervisory Board as Mr Ruding’s successor.




Johan Conijn (1950) has been a professor specialising in the Housing Market at the University of Amsterdam since 1 July 2006. Also, he has been director Real Estate Management at Ortec Finance since 1 January 2010. Between 2005 and 2009, as director of the Central Fund for Social Housing (CFV), he was responsible for the financial supervision of the social housing sector. Prior to that, he conducted research at various institutions, including Research & Consultancy firm Rigo and Research Institution OTB, owned by Delft University of Technology. He also performed various advisory roles for, among others, the central government. Mr Conijn studied macro economics at the University of Amsterdam.

Jan van Rutte (1950) retired in 2013 and no longer occupies a principal position at the moment. Between 2001 and June 2010 inclusive he was director at Fortis Bank Nederland and between July 2010 and June 2013 inclusive he was director at ABN AMRO Groep N.V. He was also coordinator of the Netherlands Investment Institution (NLII). At present, he has supervisory roles with SNS Bank N.V., ORMIT Holding B.V. and NLII N.V. Mr Van Rutte studied Business Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam.

About BNG Bank

BNG Bank is the bank of and for local authorities and public sector institutions. The bank makes a sustainable contribution to minimising the costs of social provisions to the public. BNG Bank-issued debt securities have been awarded the highest possible credit rating by Moody's (Aaa) and an AA+ rating by Standard & Poor's and Fitch. This makes BNG Bank one of the world's most creditworthy banks.


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