Netherlands -Employers and employees of seaports take pension row to AEGON tennis tournament -June 21, 2012

Employers and employees of the Dutch seaport community have mounted a joint campaign “put the money back” against insurance company AEGON, which they claim has pocketed 715 million pounds of their pension funds. The protesters, supported by local unions in the UK, handed out blue tennis balls and leaflets at the entrance of the AEGON International Tennis Tournament.

English: http://www.dockerspensionfund.com/36-voorkant-website/92-put-the-money-back ...

http://www.itfglobal.org/press-area/index.cfm/pressdetail/7519

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