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Appointment new Chair Supervisory Board

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Tanja Nagel as the new Chair of KIT’s Supervisory Board

Tanja Nagel brings extensive experience as a director with a long career in the financial sector. After completing her law studies at Utrecht University, she started her career at Amro Bank in 1985, followed by a long tenure at Van Lanschot Bankiers, holding a variety of positions, most recently Group Director Private Banking Netherlands. From 2009 to 2017, she was Chair of the Management Board of Theodoor Gilissen Bankiers.

Tanja has built a considerable portfolio of board positions. She is Chair of the Supervisory Board of the Dutch Security Institute, and Vice Chair of the Supervisory Board of EY Netherlands. She is also a member of the Supervisory Board of the Oncode Foundation and a board member of the Capital Amsterdam Foundation. She is a regular guest in the Boardroom Panel of radio programme “Zaken doen” (Doing Business) on Business News Radio (BNR). She is an angel investor in a number of startups in Africa.

Tanja is proud mother of two grown-up children, both of whom are engaged in work related to the energy transition. She lives in The Hague, loves the beach nearby (in all seasons) and water sports.

We are confident that Tanja will bring a lot of value to KIT based on her extensive knowledge, experience and network. We look forward to working with her.

From the end of June, Tanja will succeed Paul Strengers, our current Chair of the Supervisory Board, who is stepping down after two consecutive five-year terms. We are very grateful to Paul for his valuable contributions to KIT over the past ten years. In particular, we thank him for his inspiring leadership, very pleasant cooperation and his unbridled commitment and enthusiasm for KIT.

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