Bernard Clasen has been the Chairman of the Board of Puilaetco Dewaay Luxembourg since 2004 and manages a large farming company in the Grand Duchy. His board experience spans a wide range of different sectors. He is a member of the Board of Bernard-Massard in Grevenmacher, founder and co-manager of the wine company “Domaine Clos des Rochers” and Chairman of the Grand Ducal Golf Club in Senningerberg. He holds a degree from Lemania Business School in Lausanne.
Olivier de Jamblinne de Meux joined KBL epb in 2007 and served as General Manager, Wealth Management, and as Executive Director. Previous to his service at KBL epb, he was CEO of Banque Puilaetco Dewaay Luxembourg and Managing Partner at Banque Puilaetco S. C. S. in Brussels until its sale to KBL epb. At the request of KBL epb , he took over the management of Banque Puilaetco Dewaay Luxembourg in January 2017. He holds a degree in economics from the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium.
Alexis de Laet has been with the Board of Banque Puilaetco Dewaay Luxembourg longer than anyone, having co-founded the bank in 1988 as “DL Associates,” which then held the status of broker. He spent his entire career in the financial sector and was previously Managing Partner of De Laet & Co. After that, until December 2012, De Laet was Managing Partner of Puilaetco Dewaay in Brussels. A Belgian national, he studied at Institut Supérieur de Commerce d'Anvers.
John Jentges has been a member of the Board since 2007 and has worked for KBL epb since November 1969. He has held various senior positions within the group relating to Global Markets. Born in Luxembourg, he studied at HEC Lausanne.
Baudouin Nagelmackers has been a member of the Board and Chairman of its Remuneration Committee since 2003. His long career has been focused on banking. He served as an acting partner from 1961 to 1994, then as CEO of Banque Nagelmackers in Belgium. After that, he co-founded and managed several banks and management companies in Luxembourg, and has been a member of boards of many companies across Belgium and Luxembourg. Nagelmackers holds a PhD in law and studied at the London School of Economics.