Gerben Everts

Job Title Board Member
Country Netherlands
Current Employer Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) & IOSCO

Gerben Everts is Board Member of the AFM, starting in 2011. His main areas of responsibility are: regulation of capital markets, infrastructure, asset management, financial reporting, corporate governance and auditing.

He is a member of the IOSCO, ESRB and IFIAR Boards and Chair of the Monitoring Group.

He came from Dutch asset manager APG and held several ancillary (inter)national positions in the field of financial reporting, auditing and corporate governance for representative organizations of institutional investors.

From 2002 to 2006 he worked in Brussels for the European Commission, DG Internal Market. There he was directly involved, inter alia, in the coordination of the Financial Services Action Plan of Commissioner Frits Bolkestein.

Everts worked from 1998 to 2002 at the Dutch Treasury where he was involved in the introduction of independent public supervision on financial reporting, market abuse legislation and EU Council negotiations on IFRS and takeover bids.

Everts studied both Economics and Law from 1989 to 1996, started as an auditor at Price Waterhouse, and became CPA in 1998.