Board of directors
Dominique Moorkens began his career within the Alcopa family group as an automobile dealership manager. He took over as director in 1981 and in this role he restructured the group, based on the principles of good governance. The Alcopa group, of which he was CEO and chairman of the board for very many years, is active in the distribution of two- and four-wheeled vehicles. It has turnover exceeding EUR 2 billion, generated in Europe and internationally. The group employs more than 2,300 people.
Dominique Moorkens is also a director of Carmeuse, and chairman of the board of Coprem and Connect Group. He is involved in numerous organizations dedicated to philanthropy and entrepreneurship; chairman of the Board of Pulse Foundation as well as Mékong Plus. He is honorary consul of the Republic of Korea.
Herman De Croo is a minister of state. He has been a director since 1981. His successive terms of office have been interrupted by ministerial appointments. He is honorary mayor of Brakel, East Flanders, Belgium. Herman De Croo was president of the House of Representatives for eight years. He is chairman of CRE-AC, the Research and Expertise Center for Central Africa, chairman of the European Transport Safety Council, founder and chairman of the Veteran Cars Museum Autoworld and chairman of the Cardiological Foundation Princess Lilian. He has been a member of the Flemish Parliament since 2014.
Herman De Croo has a law degree from Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB). He taught at the University of Chicago (Law School), ULB (public law) and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) (Common Law and Civil Law). He is the author of a very large number of publications. 167 scientific contributions, including six books – two thick autobiographies – and several hundred parliamentary reports. Herman De Croo is very familiar with the Congo, having visited the country on numerous occasions.