Erik van de Brake was named head of infrastructure at Dutch pension fund provider PGGM.
Mr. van de Brake succeeds Frank Roeters van Lennep, who was appointed chief investment officer, private markets at PGGM earlier this year, said a news release.
PGGM has €200.2 billion ($219.9 billion) of assets under management, and manages the assets of the €185 billion Pensioenfonds Zorg en Welzijn, Zeist, Netherlands.
Mr. van de Brake is responsible for a team of 22, and PGGM has €7.5 billion in infrastructure AUM. He was senior investment manager at PGGM infrastructure, a role he took up in 2014.
Spokesmen for PGGM could not be reached for comment by press time.