Laurent Vanderweyen, pictured, is to leave Alter Domus as CEO
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The CEO of financial services firm Alter Domus, Laurent Vanderweyen, has left the company just after its move to new premises at the Cloche d’Or.
Vanderweyen has been at the helm of Alter Domus since June 2013. Under his leadership, the firm grew from 600 to 2,000 staff, largely as a result of acquisitions and the development of services for new markets. He announced he was leaving the company to pursue “other opportunities”, Paperjam reported on Monday. CFO Aidan Connolly will serve as interim CEO until a permanent chief has been appointed.
It was also announced on Monday that former KPMG Luxembourg managing partner Georges Bock will join fintech firm 2Gears as chief strategist, according to Paperjam. Bock, who comes from an advisory background, announced his departure from KPMG Luxembourg in June 2018. 2Gears was founded by Bert and Rob Boerman and was responsible for setting up the data centralisation, security and analytics platform Governance.com.