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Vermeiren, Remi 

Mr. Remi Vermeiren is Independent Director of Ablynx NV. He he had a 43 year long career at Kredietbank NV, which in 1998 merged with Cera Bank and ABB Insurance into KBC Bank and Insurance Group. In the earlier years, he was mainly involved in Asset Management, Trading and Administration of Securities, Treasury and International and Investment banking. From 1989 on, he was a member of the Executive Committee responsible for the day-to-day management of the bank. From 1998 until 2003, he held the function of Chairman of the KBC Bank and Insurance Group and of KBC Bank. During this period, he was mainly involved in defining the strategy of the new group, integration of the banking and insurance activities, implementation of the merger of the two banks and the cost reduction going with it, and expansion of KBC into Central Europe where it became one of the most important Western European investors in the banking and insurance industry. Currently, Mr Vermeiren is also member of a number of non-quoted companies and of charitable organisations, such as De Warande, Pro Vives, Vives and ‘Foundation RV’ set up and funded by himself. He is currently a member of the Board or supervisory bodies of the following companies: ACP II SCA (Luxembourg) (Liquidator) and Zinner NV (Belgium). In the past five years, he has held positions as a member of the Board or administrative, management or supervisory bodies of the following companies: Devgen NV (Belgium), Afinia Plastics NV (Belgium), IFB SPA (Italy), Cumerio NV (Belgium) and MCS NV. Remi Vermeiren holds a degree in commercial and financial sciences.

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