The Fiduciary feeling

Investment management


Ever since the Dutch East Indies Company became the first organisation to float tradable shares on a public market in 1602 - followed by a speculative tulip bubble a quarter century later - the Netherlands has been synonymous with financial sophistication.

Today, the fully funded, and well organised, pension system is a high profile example of Dutch sophistication. So it comes as some surprise to see the lengthening list of pension funds in the Netherlands who are opting to hand the management of

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