Board of Trustees: most senior body of the Pension Fund
The Board of Trustees is the most senior body of the Pension Fund. It is responsible for ensuring compliance with the law and regulations.
The Board of Trustees is made up equally of six employer representatives and six employee representatives.
It is responsible for implementing the decisions of the Board of Trustees, applying the regulations, complying with the requirements of the law and for the operational management.
The term of office of members elected to the Board of Trustees by the insured members is four years. They may be re-elected at the end of their period of office.
The executive director maintains contact with the insured members.
Responsibilities of the Board of Trustees:
As the most senior body the Board of Trustees takes the crucial decisions and appoints the management.
Elections to the Board of Trustees:
The election of employee representatives to the Board of Trustees takes place every four years.