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CEO ODDO BHF Services
Raphaël VAN ZEEBROECK began his professional career in 1995 at Citibank Belgium within Citicorp Global Technology Infrastructure. Between 1999 and 2007, he was Head of IT for two brokerage firms operating in Brussels and Luxembourg. Between 2007 and 2011, he worked for subsidiaries of La Française AM in Luxembourg as head of several strategic projects in Wealth and Asset Management. Raphaël VAN ZEEBROECK joined ODDO BHF in 2011 as IT & Projects Director of Oddo Services Luxembourg. He then became CEO of Oddo Services Switzerland in Zurich in 2014. He has been CEO of Oddo Bhf Services since 2016.