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Jo Van Biesbroeck co-opted as new independent director of Telenet Group Holding NV

The executive board of Telenet Group Holding NV (hereafter 'Telenet') has taken note of the resignation of Mr Stefan Descheemaeker (as permanent representative of SDS Invest NV) as independent director and as chairman of Telenet's audit committee. Pursuant to section 18.4 of Telenet's articles of association, the other directors have decided to co-opt Mr Jo van Biesbroeck with immediate effect (as permanent representative of JoVB, a limited liability company (BVBA/SPRL) under Belgian law) as a new independent director and appoint him as chairman of Telenet's audit committee. The next general meeting of Telenet will decide on the definitive appointment of Jo van Biesbroeck.
About Telenet

As a provider of entertainment and telecommunication services in Belgium, Telenet Group is always looking for the perfect experience in the digital world for its customers. Under the brand name Telenet, the company focuses on offering digital television, high-speed Internet and fixed and mobile telephony services to residential customers in Flanders and Brussels.

Under the brand name BASE, it supplies mobile telephony in Belgium. The Telenet Business department serves the business market in Belgium and Luxembourg with connectivity, hosting and security solutions. More than 3,000 employees have one aim in mind: making living and working easier and more pleasant.

Telenet Group is part of Telenet Group Holding NV and is quoted on Euronext Brussel under ticker symbol TNET. For more information, visit www.telenet.be. Liberty Global - the world's largest international TV and broadband company, investing, innovating and empowering people in more than 10 countries across Europe to make the most of the digital revolution – owns a direct stake of 56.36% in Telenet Group Holding SA/NV (excluding any treasury shares held by the latter from time to time).


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