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Three French men are ready to become the new ceo of rail network operator Infrabel. They are benoét Gilson and Michaél Vanloubbeeck, two roaring names from the railway world and the Maverick Laurent Jossart. That’s what De Tijd wrote on Friday.
Infrabel’s more than 10,000 employees will have a new boss at the end of the month. Ann Billiau, who replaced the retiring CEO Luc Lallemand for several months on an interim basis, recently announced that she will quit by July 31 at the latest. Until then, the Federal Government must nominate a new number one.
Headhunter Odgers Berndtson gave the federal government three names of candidates for the ceo job, who spoke French after the legal language balances.
According to the newspaper, the Federal Government is unsure whether to replace the former interim boss permanently. Prime Minister Sophie Wilms (MR) fears, among other things, that the Pandora’s box will be opened and that a whole scheduling carousel will be set in motion by other government agencies.