The Board is accountable to the Accountability Body.
The executive board is accountable to the accountability body. The Accountability Body checks whether the Board is implementing the policy properly and within the agreements and frameworks made, and whether it balances everyone's interests. The Accountability Body also has the right to provide the Board with solicited and unsolicited advice. The Accountability Body also has the power to give an opinion on the actions of the Board, on the policy implemented by the Board and on the policy choices for the future. The opinion, together with the executive board's response to it, can be found annually in the annual report. The Accountability Body consists of five members: four members on behalf of the pensioners and one member on behalf of the (former) members.
Han van Manen