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Sophie Lambrighs leaves HIB



Home Invest Belgium (HIB) and Sophie Lambrighs, Chief Executive Officer, have decided by common consent to end their collaboration. Her tenure as (delegated) director and effective manager of HIB ended on 10 July 2018. Sophie Lambrighs joined HIB in June 2014.

In another managerial change, HIB and Nicolas Vincent, Chief Investment Officer, have also decided by common consent to end their collaboration. His tenure as Chief Investment Officer and effective manager of HIB also ended on 10 July 2018. Vincent joined HIB in 2016.
The executive board warmly thanks them for their contribution to the growth of the company and wishes them both every success in the future.

The HIB executive board has agreed, pending the approval of the FSMA, to appoint two new effective managers, Liévin Van Overstraeten and Johan Van Overstraeten.

The effective management of the company will be handled temporarily, until the appointment of a new CEO, by: Jean-Luc Colson, CFO; Filip Van Wijnendaele, COO; Liévin Van Overstraeten; Johan Van Overstraeten.
Tim Harrup
16-07-2018


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