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DeepOcean Group Holding Hires New Chief Financial Officer

DeepOcean Group Holding BV (‘DeepOcean’), today announced that Dennis de Vreede will join DeepOcean as its Chief Financial Officer on 1 August 2013. Dennis takes over from Frank Eggink who will leave DeepOcean.

Dennis de Vreede joins from Prologis, global market leader in the industrial real estate space, where he served as senior vice president, European finance director.  Previously, Mr. de Vreede was at Redevco, where he held the position of chief financial officer. Prior, he worked as global finance director at Rockwell Automation Inc., served as vice president finance for telecommunications venture KPNQwest N.V. and gained mergers & acquisitions experience at Dresdner Kleinwort Benson in London. He started his career in 1993 with KPMG in The Netherlands.

 

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