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KPN supervisors to opt for Blok as new CEO?

Thursday 23 September 2010 | 13:25 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Market Commentary
Dutch newspaper Het Financieele Dagblad reports that the headhunter hired to find a replacement for KPN CEO Ad Scheepbouwer has recommended Niek Jan ten Damme and Duco Sickinghe. They are the heads of respectively the consumer division of Deutsche Telekom in Germany and Belgian cable operator Telenet. Scheepbouwer is reportedly in favour of an internal candidate, which could mean Eelco Blok (head of Mobile International) or Baptiest Coopmans (head of the Dutch activities). Blok's advantages include his high standing in the company and a strong focus on infrastructure, while Coopmans has

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Companies: Deutsche Telekom / KPN / Telenet
Countries: Netherlands
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