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CEO Resigns

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The Supervisory Board of KIT regrets that CEO Henri van Eeghen has tendered his resignation.

Over the past eighteen months, Henri has succeeded in putting KIT in a stronger position to pursue our mission for a more inclusive and sustainable world. We are very grateful for his dedicated efforts, which, among other things, have contributed to KIT’s financial resilience. 

The Supervisory Board has begun the search for an interim and will work with KIT’s management team to find the right leadership for our future. Henri will stay on as CEO until the 15th of August. 

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