New CEO at K&H Bank (Hungary)

(lifePR) ( Brussels/Budapest, )
Mr Hendrik Scheerlinck - currently Chief Financial and Risk Officer and member of the Management Board of ?SOB (the Czech subsidiary of KBC Group NV) - will be proposed to the Board of Directors of K&H as CEO of K&H Bank, to succeed Mr Marko Volj?. As of 29 April 2010, he will also become Country CEO of the Hungarian operations.

Mr Marko Volj? - currently CEO of K&H Bank - will be appointed CEO of the Central & Eastern Europe and Russia Business Unit and member of the Executive Committee of KBC Group NV at KBC's headquarters in Brussels. He will take up that position on 29 April 2010 after the KBC group's general meeting of shareholders.

Mr Hendrik Scheerlinck graduated in law from the University of Leuven (Belgium) and has also a degree in economics. He has been working for the Kredietbank/KBC group since 1984: he started at the international credit department in Brussels and held various positions in the United States (Senior Credit Adviser in the New York Branch; Regional Manager in Atlanta), Taiwan (Manager of the Kredietbank representative office in Taipei), Germany (General Manager of KBC Bank operations) and became General Manager of KBC North America in 1999. He joined ?SOB in the second half of 2006 and has been a member of the Management Board and Chief Financial and Risk Officer since 2006.

Mr Marko Volj? earned his degree in economics at the University of Ljubljana and Belgrade. Between 1976 and 1979, he was head of the analytical department of the National Bank of Slovenia. From 1979 through 1992, he worked for the World Bank in Washington D.C. and Mexico City. In 1992, he joined Nova Ljubljanska Banka in Slovenia as President and CEO. In 2004, he became General Manager of the Central Europe Directorate at KBC headquarters in Brussels. In this capacity, he sat on the supervisory boards of KBC's banking subsidiaries in Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic.

The appointment of Mr Hendrik Scheerlinck is, as usual, subject to the approval of the Hungarian regulator.
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