Jun 09, 2023

Gert-Jan Meppelink succeeds Monique Noomen-Greve as CEO of EIFFEL

Arnhem, February 6, 2020 - After 21 years of EIFFEL, Monique Noomen-Greve is stepping back as CEO to join the Supervisory Board of EIFFEL as of April 1, 2020. Gert-Jan Meppelink, former member of the executive committee at ABN AMRO, is her successor.

The new management team has been completed with the attraction of Gert-Jan Meppelink. In the past year, both Erik Schut (Business Development) and Bram van Beetz (Commercial) were attracted. Karima van Zadelhoff-Charrat (HR) was promoted within the organization. Together the team is at full strength to give substance to the ambitious growth plans of EIFFEL.

Monique Noomen-Greve

Under the direction of Monique, EIFFEL became the specialist in legal, finance and process solutions. Monique: “For over 20 years I have been proud to have been part of EIFFEL; for me personally the most beautiful company in the world. With the ambitious growth plans and recent reinforcements of the management team it felt good to make room for new leadership. I look forward to staying involved in my role as Supervisory Board member and to see EIFFEL continue to grow successfully.”

Gert-Jan Meppelink

Gert-Jan has been active in various managerial roles at Randstad and ABN AMRO for the past 25 years. Over the last 13 years, Gert-Jan has held various positions within ABN AMRO, from head of the retail bank's sales organization to his last role as member of the executive committee. Where he was responsible for Human Resources, Brand & Communications and Transformation.

Gert-Jan about his transfer to EIFFEL: “The people, knowledge and reputation of EIFFEL have made a strong impression on me. That, combined with the confidence that EIFFEL is well set-up in terms of competences and technology to grow substantially in the coming years, makes me enormously enthusiastic. EIFFEL is a prominent brand in the market with an unprecedented wide range of customers. I look forward to get to know that impressive network of customers and employees quickly.”

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