Roeland Vereecken is the Chair of MPG’s Board of directors. He is a corporate finance and M&A professional at Vandelanotte since October 2015. Prior to that, he was active as a legal manager at Mazars Legal Services where he consulted companies, associations and NGOs on all legal aspects of their activities.
Throughout his career, he has had a particular interest in company and association law, including the legal aspects of NGOs. He studied at Ghent University where he obtained a Master’s in Criminology in 2001 with a thesis on the system of open prisons. He also obtained a Master’s in Law (option economic law) in 2005 with a thesis on the comparison of limited liability companies throughout Europe.
Roeland Vereecken is active as a member in the Lions Club of Lokeren where he is, amongst others, involved in the collection of old clothing to obtain funding for the social projects and in the food banks project. In 2017 he became a member of the board of directors of Migration Policy Group. He speaks Dutch, French and English and has notions of German.