Supervisory board

Members of the supervisory board





John van der Steen pasfoto
John van der Steen
1954 - Dutch nationality

Mr Van der Steen was appointed as a supervisory director of BinckBank at the Extraordinary General Meeting on 18 September 2014 for a term of four years. Mr Van der Steen is Chairman of the supervisory board and member of the remuneration committee.

In his most recent position, Mr Van der Steen was Chairman of Global Accounts at Aon, where together with his team he was responsible for Aon’s 1,500 largest clients worldwide. The primary tasks of his team were risk management and risk transfer services for financial institutions, industrial enterprises and service providers with a global footprint. Mr Van der Steen was also chairman of Aon Holdings B.V., the holding company for Aon’s businesses in Europe, the Middle East & Africa (EMEA) and Asia, and member of the worldwide Executive Committee ARS in Chicago.

Mr Van der Steen began his career at ING Bank N.V., moving to Aon in 2001 where he was CEO and chairman of Aon’s board of directors in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg until 2006.

In 2006, Mr Van der Steen was appointed as Chief Commercial Officer at Aon EMEA (with 12,000 FTE). Until 2010 he was also a supervisory director of Aon Switzerland (as chairman), Germany, Norway and Belgium. He was then appointed as chairman of Global Accounts at Aon. Since 1 May 2014, Mr Van der Steen has been a consultant for Aon Global Accounts.

Mr Van der Steen is connected to RAI Holding B.V. as a member and deputy chairman of the supervisory board and as chairman of the audit committee. He is also director and major shareholder of Ansteen Holding B.V. and Ansteen B.V.. At the beginning of 2015 Mr Van der Steen was appointed as chairman of the supervisory board of Princess Sportsgear & Traveller B.V.

At the end of 2016 he was appointed executive director of Stadhold Insurances Luxembourg S.A. Mr Van Der Steen is also a Global Accounts advisor for Aon Groep Nederland B.V., member of the Aegon The Hague association, and a member of the board of the foundation for the donors of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.

Number of BinckBank shares held at year-end 2017: 0






Carla van der Weerdt-Norder
Carla van der Weerdt-Norder
1964 - Dutch nationality

Ms Van der Weerdt-Norder was appointed as a supervisory director of BinckBank at the Extraordinary General Meeting on 18 September 2014 for a term of four years. Ms Van der Weerdt-Norder is chairwomen of the audit committee and a member of the risk and product development committee.

Ms. Van de Weerdt-Norder’s business administration expert and chartered accountant. She started her career in a sales position at I.B.M. after which she held various positions at ABN AMRO in Risk Management and Finance. Her last position at ABN AMRO was CFO/COO of the Business Unit Global Transaction Banking.

Since 2008 Ms Van der Weerdt-Norder has been director and owner of Accent Organisatie Advies B.V., an organisation of 14 organisational advisors specialising in the fields of Operational Excellence, Risk Management and Finance.

Prior to making the transition to independent entrepreneurship, Ms Van der Weerdt-Norder held a number of different positions in risk management and finance at ABN AMRO, most recently CFO/COO of the business unit Global Transaction Banking.

Ms Van der Weerdt-Norder is a supervisory director and chairwoman of the Audit & Risk Committee for Triodos Bank N.V. She is also a member of the Supervisory Board of DWS Zorgverzekeraar, Habion and Hogeschool InHolland. Ms Van der Weerdt-Norder is also a member of the Advisory Board at the District Court of Gelderland.

Number of BinckBank shares held at year-end 2017: 0





Hanny Kemna
Hanny Kemna
1960 - Dutch nationality

Ms Kemna was appointed as a supervisory director of BinckBank at the Extraordinary General Meeting on 18 September 2014 for a term of four years. Ms Kemna is chairwoman of the remuneration committee and a member of the risk and product development committee.

Ms Kemna has worked as a programmer and systems analyst, and later as a quality assurance manager, developing, testing and implementing IT systems. She began her career in the financial sector in the position of IT auditor at Ernst & Young, where she was also responsible for various internal strategic IT projects. As part of this work she was posted for a time in the United States.

In 1999, Ms Kemna became a partner of Ernst & Young Accountants, with end responsibility for audits of IT quality, euro conversions, security projects and structure/governance programmes. In early 2005, Ms Kemna was asked to take over leadership of the IT Risk and Assurance services for EY CIS (at its office in Moscow, Russia), a position she held until July 2008.

She then accepted a position as managing partner of IT Risk and Assurance for EY EMEIA FSO, the international division of EY in Europe focusing on services to the financial sector. In the summer of 2013 Ms Kemna decided to return to the Netherlands and ended her career at EY in early 2014.

Ms Kemna is affiliated with cooperative Menzis N.V. as member of the supervisory board and chairperson of the Governance, Risk and Compliance committee. She is also a member of the supervisory council of Nictiz, the Netherlands institute for ICT in the healthcare sector. She is external member of the audit committee of the Ministry of Security & Justice, and member of the Advisory Committee for the Tax Authorities Financial Control Framework for the Ministry of Finance. Since 1 January 2016, she has served as a supervisory board member of pension administrator MN Services N.V. Since the end of 2017, Ms Kemna has also been a member of the supervisory board of the Stichting stimuleringsfonds Nederlandse gemeenten. Ms Kemna is non-executive director at ASA International. 

Ms Kemna is an independent advisor and director/major shareholder of JMA Kemna Beheer BV and JMA Kemna BV.

Number of BinckBank shares held at year-end 2017: 0





Arjen Soederhuizen
Arjen Soederhuizen
1965 - Dutch nationality

Mr Soederhuizen was appointed as a supervisory director of BinckBank at the Extraordinary General Meeting on 30 October 2015 for a term of four years. Mr Soederhuizen is chairman of the risk and product development committee and a member of the audit committee.

Mr Soederhuizen began his career in 1991 as a management trainee at ABN AMRO. After three years as a shares analyst for ABN AMRO’s investment banking arm, in 1994 he switched to the bank’s asset management business unit (ABN AMRO Asset Management), where he held a number of positions over the years of both a commercial and purely investment-technical nature. Between 1994 and 1998 he was responsible for all institutional clients in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Spain. From 1998 to 2004, he headed an investment division of twenty quantitative investment specialists.

In 2004, Mr Soederhuizen was appointed CEO of ABN AMRO Asset Management Nederland B.V., making him responsible for all AMRO Bank N.V.’s asset management activities on the Dutch market.

After the takeover of ABN AMRO Bank N.V. By a banking consortium, Mr Soederhuizen oversaw the legal-technical process of integrating AAAM NL into Fortis Investment Management, after which he ultimately decided against continuing his career with Fortis Investment Management. In 2009, he was approached to fill an interim management position at PGGM, which he ultimately held for 2 1/2 years as a member of the management team for asset management and as CIO for private markets. Following this he worked as a consultant for ABN AMRO Pension Funds, and later as interim CIO for that same fund in 2013-2014.

Since 2014, Mr Soederhuizen has held an ancillary position with the ABN pension fund. He is a member of the asset management committee and the balance sheet management committee. Mr Soederhuizen’s ancillary position involves a time commitment of approximately 16 days per year. Mr Soederhuizen has been a member of the Advisory Committee for Amundi Asset Management in the Netherlands since 1 July 2016. He spends approximately eight days a year on this ancillary position.

Number of BinckBank shares held at year-end 2017: 0





Marijn Pijnenborg
Marijn Pijnenborg
1970 - Dutch nationality

Ms Pijnenborg was appointed as a supervisory director of BinckBank at the General Meeting on 24 April 2017 for a term of four years. Ms. Pijnenborg is a member of the remuneration committee and the risk and product committee.

Ms Pijnenburg is entrepreneur and investing with a focus in online services. Currently she is acting as managing director and founder of Solvo B.V.. The solvo network includes online medical platforms with health information services like gezondheidsplein.nl, dokterdokter.nl, ziekenhuis.nl and solvo.nl. Before these activities, she was a supervisory director at Iens.nl. where she accompanied the merger between Iens and Seatme.

Before her independent entrepreneurship, she started her career as an internet manager at Rabobank and as manager new media at ING where she was responsible for the implementation of several internet programmes. In 2000, she was founder of Freeler, the first free internet service provider in the Netherlands with 600,000 customers after six months.

Ms Pijnenborg is also an investor and founder of Borales B.V. and (co-) founder of the renowned portals auto.nl and Funda.

Ms M. Pijnenborg also develops activities as a board member for MK24. MK24 provides arts education in Amsterdam in the field of visual arts and multimedia by offering courses and workshops.

Number of shares BinckBank at year-end 2017: 0





Jeroen Princen
Jeroen Princen
1965 - Dutch nationality

Mr J.G. Princen as appointed as a supervisory director of BinckBank at the General Meeting on 30 August 2018 for a term of four years.

Mr Princen is lawyer and partner at DVDW in Rotterdam and the Hague. In the period 1995 until 2007 he worked, as co-founder, for the lawyer firm Ploum Lodder Princen in Rotterdam and was during approximately 10 years member of the board and chairman of the board. In recent years Ploum Lodder Princen was employing about 60 lawyers and notaries.

During this period Mr Princen has been active in the areas of corporate law and insolvency law and assisting executive board members and supervisory board members held liable by, among others, Ahold NV, LCI NV, Landis NV, Innoconcepts NV, van der Moolen NV, Vestia and Econcern. In 2001 he was a succesfull administrator of AND NV. He has been appointed several times by the Enterprise Chamber as a temporary director or researcher in inquiry proceedings. In 2015 he was appointed as co-curator of Royal Imtech NV.

Mr Princen also develops activities as supervisor in the art and cultural sector. Mr Princen is member of the Board of the Boijmans van Beuningen Foundation, member of the Supervisory Board and Audit Committee of Witte de With Institute for Contemporary Art and member of the Supervisory Board and Audit Committee of Stedelijk Museum in Schiedam.

Number of shares BinckBank at August 30 2018: 0