Board of Directors
Danny De Raymaeker, Chairman of the Board (K&H Bank, Chairman)
Hendrik Scheerlinck (K&H Bank, CEO)
Bába Ágnes dr. (K&H Bank, Deputy CEO)
Hendrik Scheerlinck, As from 29 April 2010, he is the Chief Executive Officer of K&H Bank. He obtained his degree in law at the University of Leuven, following which he obtained a certificate in economics. He has worked for KBC Group/Kredietbank since 1984: he started in Brussels at the International Credit Department, then worked in various positions in the United States (as a senior credit advisor in the New York branch, then as regional manager in Atlanta), in Taiwan (Head of the Taipei branch office of Kredietbank), in Germany (Executive Manager of KBC Bank), then as Executive Manager of KBC North America from 1999. In the second half of 2006, he joined CSOB as a member of the Executive Committee and Chief Financial and Risk Officer.
Dr. Ágnes Bába, deputy Chief Executive Officer¸ obtained her degree at the Budapest University of Economics, followed by a PhD. She worked in management positions at several banks operating in Hungary (Credit Lyonnais Bank, Rabobank). She became a member of the K&H team in 2001, and until June 2005, she was in charge of the Finance and Credit Management areas. Then as from June 2005, she has been heading the Retail Banking Division.
Lajos Beke, Senior Executive Director is heading the Banking and Investment Products Division and is a member of the Executive Committee. He studied at the Budapest Technical University, then at the Budapest University of Economics. He joined K&H Bank in November 2002 as the head of the IT Directorate, then as from May 2004 he took over the management of the Operations Division, which has been operating since 2008 under the name of Banking and Investment Products Division.
Attila Gombás is a member of the K&H Executive Committee. He joined K&H Bank in 1994 after obtaining his diploma at the Budapest University of Economics. He has been working in the Controlling area since 1995 and has been managing it since 2002. As from October 2005, he has been heading the Finance and Risk Management Division.
Peter Roebben is a member of the K&H Executive Committee. He obtained his diploma at the faculty of law of Leuven University, and then he obtained an MBA from the Vlerick Business School. He joined the KBC Group in 1991 as a member of the international trainer team. Between 1992 and 1994, he was in charge of the Belgian section of KBC’s branch office in London, then managed the KBC branch office in Madrid between 1994 and 1998, where he was responsible for business development in Spain, Portugal and Andorra. He returned to KBC’s head office in Brussels in 1998, where he worked at the International Large Corporate Division as the relationship manager of international corporate clients. In December 1999 he went to France to take over the management of KBC’s Local Corporate Banking Division. He was appointed Executive Director of the Corporate Banking division of CSOB Prague. As from 01 June 2010, Peter Roebben has been managing the HR and Credit Risk Division of K&H Bank.
Luc Cool is a member of the K&H Executive Committee. He obtained his master’s degree at Antwerp University in corporate finance. He started his career at KBC’s Head Office in 1989, where he worked as product manager at the savings products unit. As from 1991, he worked for 2 years as a deputy regional manager for KBC Belgium’s Retail Banking area; then from 1993 until 1996, he was in charge of the marketing area. In 1996, he became the Corporate Agricultural Lending Director at the KBC Head Office, and in 2001 he was appointed senior product manager, where his main duty was the development of credit risk management instruments. Luc Cool has been working as the head of Investor Relations of KBC Group since 2002, where he gained valuable experience in the area of capital markets, global value and risk management. In 2006, he became Executive Director in charge of supervising Investor Relations. From 01 June 2010, he has been head of K&H Bank’s Risk Management.