Alfred Slager on the book Investment Beliefs

Pension funds are large investors. Members of the board of directors of any pension fund all struggle with the same question: what should we do about our investments? They need to be able to make informed decisions about which strategy to take. Yet, this is difficult as many issues aren’t clear. Alfred Slager, CIO of Stork Pension Fund and economist at Tilburg University, explains why he and Kees Koedijk decided to write the book Investment Beliefs and how it offers members of pension fund boards concrete steps to help them get more grip on investments.

About Alfred Slager

Alfred Slager is professor of pension fund management at TiasNimbas Business School, and director of CentER Appplied Research at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management. His expertise includes international financial services, with a particular interest in investment management and pension funds. He regularly teaches courses to investment managers and pension fund trustees. Prior to this he worked as Chief Investment Officer at Stork Pension Fund, as investment strategist and policy advisor at PGGM Investments, and as manager research and investment manager at Fortis Investments. Slager regularly publishes on pension and investment management subjects and teaches executive courses for pension fund trustees.
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