EUROPE - Jeroen Clicq is leaving the European Federation for Retirement Provision (EFRP), where he was deputy secretary general, to join the National Bank of Belgium as an adviser.

Clicq, who will join the international and euro-system coordination unit of the Belgian institution on 3 October, will be responsible for dealing with international and European positions at the National Bank, focusing on the IMF, the OECD, Basel and other global issues.

He spent seven years at the EFRP, where he joined as economic adviser in September 2004, before being promoted to deputy secretary general in September 2010.

No replacement has yet been made to cover his role at the EFRP, and no appointment is currently planned at this point of time, IPE understands.