January 29, 2007 01:45 ET

VDM: Van der Moolen Holding appoints Michiel Wolfswinkel as new CFO

AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 29, 2007 -- Amsterdam, 29 January 2007


Van der Moolen Holding appoints Michiel Wolfswinkel as new CFO

Van der Moolen Holding NV is pleased to announce that Michiel Wolfswinkel (1963, Dutch) will join our Company on March 1, 2007. He will succeed interim-CFO Jan van de Water as Chief Financial Officer. Van der Moolen will propose to the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders on April 26, 2007 the appointment of Mr. Wolfswinkel as member of the Executive Board. This appointment will be subject to the usual regulatory approvals.

Mr Wolfswinkel holds a degree in business economics. Over the last 18 years he gained significant experience in senior financial management roles in both national and multi-national corporations. Recent assignments include financial management roles and board positions in Unisource, MatrixOne and Eneco.

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Van der Moolen trades on the leading US and European equity exchanges. The group trades in open outcry and electronic markets in several time zones. On the NYSE, Van der Moolen currently has a market share of more than 11% of transaction volume for which it acts as specialist. Van der Moolen's traders worldwide execute an average of 100,000 trades a day. Turnover and price volatility are the most important factors influencing its results.

Van der Moolen's shares are listed on Euronext Amsterdam (VDMN.AS). American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) representing Van der Moolen shares are listed on the NYSE (VDM).


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