Herna Verhagen joined one of the legal predecessors of PostNL in 1991 as a sales manager. She went on to occupy roles including Marketing & Sales Director, Coordinating Managing Director Mail NL in the Mail division and Managing Director Group HR at TNT.
Herna's portfolio includes corporate strategy, public affairs, communications, corporate responsibility, human resources and internal audit. She is responsible for Mail in the Netherlands, Parcels, International (Spring) and IT.
Ms Verhagen is a member of the supervisory board of Rexel S.A and ING Group. She is a member of the executive committee and general board of the Confederation of Netherlands Industry and Employers (VNO-NCW) as well as a member of the supervisory board of the Concertgebouw.
Pim Berendsen joined PostNL and its legal predecessors in 2000 and went on to hold various positions, including Financial Director and, successively, Managing Director of the Data and Document Management unit, Financial Director of Euromail, and Manager of Strategy and M&A at Cendris. Between 2013 and 2015, he was director of corporate development at Van Gansewinkel Group before returning to PostNL in 2015 to become a member of the Executive Committee, responsible for international, M&A and growth. He started his career as an international tax adviser at Arthur Andersen.
Mr Berendsen is responsible for Finance, Legal, Procurement & Services, Investor Relations, Treasury and Tax.
Mr Berendsen is a member of the board of advice of Endeit Investment Fund and chair of the Johan Cruyff Foundation.
Support of the Board of Management
The Board of Management incorporated the following bodies to ensure compliance with applicable corporate governance requirements: the Disclosure Committee and the Integrity Committee. Specific staff departments – including Internal Audit, Legal, Tax, Procurement & Services, Human Resources, Investor Relations, Treasury, Public Affairs, Communications and Finance – support the Board of Management and the business segments in the performance of their duties and ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
The Disclosure Committee advises and assists the Board of Management in ensuring compliance with regulations regarding the publication of price-sensitive information. The Disclosure Committee comprises the CFO, Legal Director, the Director of Communications and Investor Relations and the Corporate Secretary, and reports directly to the Board of Management.
The Integrity Committee advises and assists the Board of Management in developing, implementing and monitoring Group policies aimed at enhancing integrity and ethical behaviour and at preventing fraud. The Committee oversees investigations based on reports of possible breaches of our business principles and related policies. The Integrity Committee reports directly to the Board of Management. Read more about integrity.