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Jack de Kreij to step down as CFO of Royal Vopak

November 15, 2016
Chemical Value Chain

Jack de Kreij, Chief Financial Officer and Vice Chairman of the Executive Board has informed the Supervisory Board that he has decided to step down as per 1 February 2018.

Jack (1959) is serving as Vice Chairman of the Executive Board and CFO since January 2003.

The Supervisory Board respects his decision.

As a result, Jack de Kreij will step down from the Executive Board on 1 February 2018, once the 2017 financial year has been closed.

By announcing his departure at this early date, there will be ample time to identify a successor and to ensure an appropriate transfer of duties.

Jack de Kreij on his decision, “I have served in the Executive Board since January 2003 and after an inspiring period and successful growth of the company, I deem it a natural moment to transfer my duties after 15 years in 2018, in order to start a next phase in my professional life including Supervisory Board positions at TomTom and Corbion.”

The Supervisory Board of Royal Vopak takes this early opportunity to thank Jack de Kreij for his significant contributions to the company.

Source: Vopak

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