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Antoine de Borman replaces Denis Grimberghs at citydev



There is a change at the top of the Brussels region development company citydev. Denis Grimberghs (left in the photo) is handing over his position as President of the association to Antoine de Borman (right), who is currently head of CEPESS, the political, economic and social study centre.

Of his new challenge, Antoine de Borman (38) says: “At CEPESS, I had the opportunity to question myself about the functioning of Brussels institutions looking for maximum public efficiency. It is therefore with a desire to encourage an innovative and ambitious vision that I am taking up my post, to make things move in a concrete manner. Citydev is a high performing tool enabling an improvement to the quality of life in Brussels”.

Antoine de Borman’s previous career includes 2 years as a parliamentary assistant and advisor to the Brussels Region Economy Minister, from 2004-2006 and 2006 to 2008 respectively.

Denis Grimberghs leaves citydev in order to devote his time entirely to the commune of Schaerbeek, of which he is mayor.
Tim Harrup
05-07-2018


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