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Here you can read more about the Management Board, the Supervisory Board and the General Meeting of shareholders. You can also find our corporate governance related materials.
The Supervisory Board is charged with supervising the Management Board and the general course of affairs of Ebusco, as well as assisting the Management Board with advice.
The Supervisory Board evaluates the overall organisational structure of the company and the control mechanisms established by the Management Board, as well as the general and financial risks and the internal risk management and control systems.
Derk Haank was CEO of Springer Nature, a worldwide publishing company of scientific journals. Prior to that he was CEO of academic publishing company Elsevier, and board member of ReedElsevier (predecessors of currently listed company RELX) and CEO of publishing company Misset.
He currently is the chair of the supervisory board of TomTom and non-executive board member at Azerion.
Derk Haank holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and a master’s degree in Business Administration, both from the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Carin Gorter started her career at (a predecessor of) accountancy firm EY Nederland. Subsequently she held various management positions at Rabobank and ABN AMRO.
Currently she holds various supervisory board positions, including at Dutch listed companies TKH Group and Basic-Fit, legal and financial services provider DAS Holding, and Dutch insurance company TVM Verzekeringen. Furthermore, she is external Audit Committee member of the Ministry of Justice and Security and Supervisory Board member of Nederlandse Transplantatie Stichting.
Carin Gorter holds a master’s degree in Business Economics and a postgraduate degree in Accountancy, both from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands.
Jeroen Drost is the chair of the management board of Dutch company SHV Holdings, in which role he also sits on several boards of SHV related companies.
Jeroen Drost started his career at ABN AMRO where he held various (international) positions. Subsequently he was CEO of commercial bank NIBC and CEO of investment company NPM Capital.
He currently is a member of the general management of national employers’ federation Vereniging VNO-NCW.
Jeroen Drost holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics, and a master’s degree in Business Economics, both from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Ruud Spoor is CEO of Trackwise Investment Management, an investment management and consultancy firm. Ruud Spoor has 40 years in experience in banking and finance, which includes ten years of experience in private equity. Ruud Spoor started his career ABN AMRO and subsequently held various positions at investment and consultancy firms.
Ruud Spoor holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the HES Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
Roelf de Boer started his career as an officer in the Royal Dutch Marine Reserve Corps, and subsequently held various positions in the port and transport industry, amongst others at Koninklijke Nedlloyd Groep. Furthermore, he held various (semi) public positions, including minister of Transport, Public Works and Water Management of the Netherlands and president of the Rotterdam Chamber of Commerce.
Roelf de Boer is currently Chair of the Supervisory Board of logistics service provider Verbrugge International.
Mrs. Schatteman is CEO at VAR, the media control for advertising space on VRT (Belgium). In addition, she has extensive experience in both the public and private sector, amongst others at Microsoft, Telenet and Procter & Gamble.
In her role as a member of the Supervisory Board at Ebusco, she builds on extensive knowledge of the public transport market (at De Lijn and NMBS).
The Management Board is responsible for the company’s objectives, strategy and culture, for its risk profile as laid down in the strategy, the company’s financing, for its non-financial policy, external communication and for its compliance with all relevant legislation.
It is also responsible for the continuity and management of the company as a whole. The Management Board currently consists of the following members.
Peter Bijvelds established Ebusco in 2012. Peter Bijvelds has over 20 years of experience in the automotive sector.
He has in-depth knowledge of the (public) transport market and its constituents, strong expertise across the full electric bus value chain and a strong track record of driving growth and innovation in the Company.
Bob Fleuren has experience in leading international operations in large-scale organisations, including at aerospace company Fokker and the Ministry of Defence. He became COO at Ebusco in April 2021, after being involved with Ebusco for a number of years as the founder of Pondus, Ebusco’s subsidiary responsible for developing the lightweight composite body parts for Ebusco’s zero emission buses.
Bob Fleuren holds a Major rtd. in Airforce Electronics from the Royal Military Academy in Breda. Furthermore he holds a Master’s degree in Marketing & Supply Chain Management from the Open University in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Jurjen Jongma was CFO at Versuni, formerly known as Philips Domestic Appliances. Prior to that, he held financial positions within Royal Philips for over 25 years, including in the role of CFO for various Philips business units, as well as as Head of Internal Audit for Royal Philips.
Jurjen Jongma is a Dutch national and holds a Master’s degree in Economics from Tilburg University, as well as an Executive Master in Finance & Control from Maastricht University.