Nieuwegein, 22 September 2020 – Annemieke den Otter will resign as a member of the Management Board/Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Ordina N.V. effective 1 January 2021. She served on Ordina’s Management Board since 2016. Annemieke den Otter will continue her career as CFO and member of the Management Board outside the IT-sector in an international company.
Annemieke den Otter on her departure: “I have enjoyed being part of the transformation process that started a few years ago. This has resulted in a strong company of excellent professionals who help our clients to stay ahead of change in their sector by working in teams. This has led to satisfied employees, loyal clients and above all a strong company position for the future. This creates a natural moment for me to step down as a member of the Management Board/CFO of Ordina and to take on a new challenge elsewhere.”
Johan van Hall, chairman of the Supervisory Board: “We are very grateful to Annemieke for all that she has done for Ordina over the past years and her valuable contribution to the strategic reorientation. Partly due to her efforts, Ordina is now a financially robust company. We regret she is leaving and wish her every success in the further course of her career.”
The Supervisory Board of Ordina N.V. today also announces that Jan Niessen resigns as a supervisory board member with immediate effect due to personal circumstances. Jan Niessen has been a member of the Supervisory Board since 16 November 2015. The Supervisory Board regrets that Jan Niessen is stepping down.
Jan Niessen: “Ordina has initiated a major change process a few years ago. This has resulted in a stable and profitable company that is well positioned for the future. It was a pleasure to be part of this, as a member of the Supervisory Board.”
Johan van Hall, chairman of the Supervisory Board: “Jan has been part of our board for five years and made valuable contributions. We are very grateful for all he has done for Ordina and thank him very much for his dedication and great commitment.”