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Kris Peeters switches to EIB

To the right, Kris Peeters - Picture by Bedelicious.be

To the right, Kris Peeters – Picture by Bedelicious.be

Tuesday, 12 January 2020, Kirchberg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg: Belgian national Kris Peeters, a former Flemish Premier and a federal minister in the government of Charles Michel (today President of the European Council), took office as Vice President at the European Investment Bank representing the Benelux countries. He thus joined the Management Committee of the EIB, its executive body. 
Peeters shall no longer be an active politician; hence his seat as a Member of the European Parliament will taken over by fellow Christian-democrat Tom Vandenkendelaere

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is a publicly owned international financial institution whose shareholders are the EU member states. It was established in 1958 under the Treaty of Rome as a “policy-driven bank” using financing operations to further EU policy goals  such as European integration and social cohesion. It is the world’s largest international public lending institution, founded in 1958. 

For further information https://www.eib.org/fr/

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