Sonia Franck Named LBAN’s New Manager

The Board of Directors of the LBAN – Luxembourg Business Angel Network – announced the nomination of its new LBAN Manager. After an extensive interview process, Sonia Franck has accepted to take on the challenge.

Sonia is a Senior Business Specialist with 25 years of industry experience. She holds a track record of achievements across the Insurance, Partnerships, Banking sectors and People Management. She has a breath of skills developed through her various roles in Business & Strategy Development, Client & Partnership & Team Management, and Operational Control.

Among others, she was the Head of Partnerships at AXA Luxembourg with the responsibility of the local and international partnerships, the AXA Art Branch and the management of the direct customer’s line.

“We have no doubt that she will be a significant asset to the organisation in supporting and driving the LBAN’s strategy implementation and growth.”

Sonia undertook a career interruption to complete her Master 2 in Management and her MBA Certificate with a specialization in innovative and Scale-up companies. She is now eager to bring her experience and learnings to the Luxembourg Business Angel Network.

Sonia enjoys spending her spare time reading, attending art exhibits and travelling. She used to be a competitive basketball player, playing at the highest level in Belgium league.

“We have no doubt that she will be a significant asset to the organisation in supporting and driving the LBAN’s strategy implementation and growth. We look forward to welcoming her and wish her great success in her role,” said LBAN‘s board.

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