André Molitor
André Molitor (1911 – 4 June 2005) is a former Belgian senior civil servant of the Belgian State and former principal private secretary of King Baudouin I of Belgium from 1961 until 1977 (17 years). A...
Jacques Groothaert
Baron Jacques Groothaert (1922–2009) was a Belgian diplomat and entrepreneur. He was honorary chairman of the company SA Belge de Constructions Aeronautiques (SABCA), former Ambassador for Belgium to...
Henri Cornelis
Henri Arthur Adolf Marie Christopher Cornelis (1910–1999) was a Belgian civil servant and the last governor-general of Belgian Congo from 12 July 1958 until 30 June 1960. He was succeeded on 1 J...
Georges Janssen
Georges Janssen (1892 – 9 June 1941) was a Belgian lawyer, civil servant and governor of the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) from 1938 until 1941.
He started his career as a lawyer and also built a...
Felix Standaert
Felix Standaert (born July 7, 1947) is a Belgian diplomat and former Belgian ambassador 1962 to Ruanda and 1977 - 1980 to the Holy See. He was a member of the Coudenberg group, a Belgian federalist th...
Eugène Prévinaire
Eugène Marie Ignace Prévinaire (18 October 1805 – 2 June 1877) was a Belgian businessman, liberal politician, civil servant, and former governor of the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) from 1870 u...
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Jules Van Praet
Jules Van Praet (2 July 1806 – 29 December 1887) was a Belgian diplomat and personal secretary of King Leopold I of Belgium. He was born in Bruges, and died in Brussels aged 81.
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Joëlle Milquet
Joëlle F.G.M. Milquet ([jɔ.ɛl mil.kɛ] ; born 17 February 1961 in Montignies-sur-Sambre, Charleroi) is a Belgian politician from the Humanist Democratic Centre (CDH).
She studied classics at t...
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Albert Goffin
Albert Goffin (died 1958) was a Belgian banker, civil servant and governor of the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) from 16 July until 27 November 1941.He started his career at the NBB in 1907. In 1922 h...
Guy Quaden
Guy, Baron Quaden (born Liège, Belgium, 5 August 1945) is a Belgian economist. He was Governor of the National Bank of Belgium 2003-11, and as such a member of the Governing and General Councils of th...
Jean Godeaux
Baron Jean Godeaux (3 July 1922 – 27 April 2009) was a Belgian economist, civil servant and former governor of the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) from 1982 until 1989.Jean Godeaux studied both law and...
Koen Vervaeke
Koen Vervaeke (born 22 April 1959) is a Belgian diplomat and since 6 December 2007 the first European Union’s ambassador as Special Representative and Head of the European Commission delegation to the...
Théophile Wahis
Baron Théophile Wahis (27 April 1844 – 26 January 1921) was a Belgian officer and civil servant.Born in Menen, Belgium, he started his career as Sub-Lieutenant and later Lieutenant General in the Belg...
Robert de Foy
Robert Herman Alfred de Foy (Geraardsbergen 23 March 1893 - Brussels 15 August 1960 ) was a Belgian magistrate, and head of the Belgian State Security Service, who served the Nazis during their occupa...
Jacques van Ypersele de Strihou
Jacques van Ypersele de Strihou (born 5 December 1936), was the Principal Private Secretary to the King of the Belgians (1983–2013). When Albert II of Belgium succeeded his brother Baudouin I of Belgi...
Maurice Lippens (governor)
Maurice Eugène Auguste, Count Lippens (21 August 1875 – 12 July 1956), was governor of Belgian Congo from 30 January 1921 until 24 January 1923.When his predecessor retired as Governor of Congo, the B...
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Georges Theunis
Georges Emile Léonard Theunis (28 February 1873 – 4 January 1966) was the 24th Prime Minister of Belgium from 16 December 1921 to 13 May 1925 and again from 20 November 1934 to 25 March 1935. He was g...
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André-Eugène Pirson
André-Eugène Pirson (21 March 1817 – 28 December 1881) was a Belgian liberal politician, civil servant, and former governor of the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) from 1877 until 1881. From 1857 ...
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Robert Vandeputte
Robert Vandeputte was a Belgian economist, civil servant, politician, and former governor of the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) from 1971 until 1975.
Auguste Tilkens
Auguste Constant Tilkens (1869–1949) was a Belgian civil servant and governor-general of Belgian Congo from 27 December 1927 until 14 September 1934.
Pierre Ryckmans (Governor-General)
Pierre Ryckmans (23 November 1891 – 18 February 1959) was a Belgian civil servant who served as Governor-General of the Belgium's principal African colony, the Belgian Congo, between 1934 and 1946. Ry...
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Hubert Ansiaux
Hubert Ansiaux (Ixelles, 24 November 1908 – Ukkel, 9 April 1987) was a governor of the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) from 1957 until 1971.After he graduated from the École de Commerce Solvay, he join...
Eugène Anspach
Eugène Guillaume Anspach (7 February 1833 – 21 December 1890) was a Belgian lawyer, civil servant, and former governor of the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) from 1888 until 1890. Born in Brussels, he ...
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Camille-Aimé Coquilhat
Camille-Aimé Coquilhat (1853–1891) was a Belgian soldier, civil servant and governor-general of Congo Free State until his death on March 24, 1891. The city Mbandaka, was during the Belgian colo...
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Yves Leterme
Yves Camille Désiré Leterme ([ˈiːf ləˈtɛrmə]; born 6 October 1960) is a Flemish Belgian politician, a leader of the Christian Democratic and Flemish party (CD&V), and was the 48th Prime Minister o...
Alexandre Jamar
Alexandre Marie Auguste Jamar (6 November 1821 – 15 August 1888) was a Belgian businessman, liberal politician and former governor of the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) from 1882 until 1888. Fro...
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Albert Raes
Albert Raes (Brugge 21 February 1932) was a Belgian magistrate and head of the Belgian Security Services.
Raes is the son of Firmin Raes, executive at 'La Brugeoise' and chief of The Chamber of Rh...