Gery Daeninck resigned today as CEO at Dutch money manager Robeco Group. Mr. Daeninck, who was appointed CEO two years ago, left the firm because he had "insufficient support" from Robeco's supervisory board, according to Robeco spokesman Ronald Florisson.
He will be replaced by George Möller, former COO of the Euronext stock exchange, said Mr. Florisson. Marnix Vriezen remains CIO of Robeco Group; he was appointed to the position in September.
Robeco owns Weiss Peck & Greer, Harbor Capital Advisors and Boston Partners Asset Management.