Committee Member Profile

Ms. Paulien Siegman Paulien Siegman

Supervisory Board Chairman, Stichting Bedrijfspensioenfonds voor het Bakkersbedrijf

Paulien is Chairman ERIKS Pensioenfonds, Supervisory Board Chairman, Stichting Bedrijfspensioenfonds voor het Bakkersbedrijf, Supervisory Board Pensioenfonds UWV.

Paulien started her career as a pension attorney, then after almost five years, she joined Towers Perrin (after merge: Willis Towers Watson). At Willis Towers Watson Paulien assisted numerous clients, including some of the largest Pension Funds and corporations in the country, with a variety of issues related to pensions and labour issues, especially legal issues, transition and liquidations. Paulien also established Towers Perrin’s Academy and communication activity in the Netherlands and is an enthusiastic teacher and discussion leader.

In 2013, Paulien started her own company. In this role she advices employers, Pension Funds, Accountability Committees and Works Councils in all kind of pension related issues, especially legal, communication, transitional, governance and demands for board member-issues.

Paulien was board member of a Pension Fund for 4 years as a representative of the employer, joined an Accountability Committee for 2 years and is now Chairman of a Pension Fund and chairman and member of two supervisory boards. Paulien has published several books about pensions and many articles. (09.16)



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Paulien started her career as a pension attorney, then after almost five years, she joined Towers Perrin (now Willis Towers Watson). There Paulien assisted numerous clients, including some of the largest Pension Funds and corporations in the country, with a variety of issues related to pensions and labour issues, especially legal issues, transition and liquidations. Paulien also established Towers Perrin’s Academy and communication activity in the Netherlands and is an enthusiastic teacher and discussion leader. In 2013, Paulien started her own company. In this role she advises employers, Pension Funds, Accountability Committees and Works Councils in all kinds of pension related issues, especially legal, communication, transitional, governance and demands for board member-issues. Paulien was board member of a Pension Fund for 4 years as a representative of the employer, joined an Accountability Committee for 2 years and is now Chairman of a pension fund and Chairman and member of two supervisory boards. She is also currently advising 4 pension funds with the transition to a one-tier board model. Paulien has published several books about pensions and many articles (10.16)