The Remuneration and Nomination Committee, established by the Board of Directors of the Statutory Manager, makes proposals and advises the Board of Directors on the remuneration policy as well as the individual remuneration of directors and members of the Executive Management. It advises on recruitment and promotions and evaluates the size and composition of the Board of Directors. It ensures the competence of the members of the Board of Directors and the Executive Management and ensures an adequate remuneration system.

Jan Brouwers

Chairman of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee

After his studies, Jan Brouwers started his career at JP Morgan in 1997, where he started as an Analyst Fixed Income. In 1999 he joined Morgan Stanley in London where he worked on Fixed Income for the Netherlands. From 2001 to 2002 he worked as a Portfolio Manager at Bluecrest Capital in London.

In 2002 he returned to Morgan Stanley in London where he headed Fixed Income for Continental Europe, France and the Benelux; Sales & Trading for the Benelux and Fixed Income Sales for the Netherlands.

Jan Brouwers is an independent director at Proviron Holding, and a director and shareholder of Jaran Capital.


Inge Boets

Member of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee

Inge Boets (1962) received her Master’s in Applied Economics from the University of Antwerp, took Strategic Leadership courses at Babson College (Harvard) and IMD, and was a corporate auditor and recognized auditor for insurance companies.

Inge Boets started her career as an auditor at Ernst & Young, where she specialized in international businesses and the insurance industry. After becoming a partner at Ernst & Young in 1996, she founded the company’s Risk Practice. She was also a member of the Group Executive Board of Ernst & Young Belgium from 2001 to 2006.

In 2006 Inge Boets became the leader of Ernst & Young’s Global Risk Practice. In 2008 she combined this role with the EMEIA Risk Leader responsibility.

In 2009 she became a member of the Global Executive Team within Ernst & Young’s Advisory division, where she was responsible for Quality & Risk Management. She was also a member of Ernst & Young’s Global Quality & Risk Management Executive.

In 2010 Inge Boets returned to Ernst & Young Belgium where she became Global Client Service Partner for the European Union and all its institutions.

In 2011 she took a new direction in her professional career, and became an independent director.

Inge Boets is a regular guest speaker on topics such as audit, risk management, governance, and has written several articles on these topics.

Today, Inge Boets is an independent director at Euroclear, Econopolis, and Ontex. Inge Boets is also a member of the audit committees of the Flemish Parliament, Euroclear SA and Chair of the Audit committee of Vanbreda Risk & Benefits.

Francis Vanderhoydonck

Member of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee

Francis Vanderhoydonck (1958) earned an LLM degree from the Dutch-speaking Free University of Brussels, and enhanced this training with a programme in Common Law at Cambridge University. He then attended the programme for the Master’s Degree in Applied Economics at the Dutch-speaking Free University of Brussels, and a programme in Tax Law at the Brussels Tax College. He then earned an MBA in Finance from New York University.

He embarked on his career in 1986 at De Generale Bank, where he worked until 1998 as Global Head of Investment Banking. He then worked  as Managing Partner at the private equity fund Buy Out Fund CVA and at Maple Finance Group (corporate finance advisory) in 2015 and 2017 respectively.

Since 1999, he has also been a director for several listed and private Belgian and Dutch companies.