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Eric Hageman appointed as KPN CFO

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The Hague, Netherlands - July 3, 2012, The Hague, Netherlands - The Dutch telecommunications company Royal KPN NV announces its intention to appoint Eric Hageman to KPN’s board of management as the company’s chief financial officer, effective September 2012.

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The Supervisory Board will inform shareholders on the appointment at an Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders (“EGM”) which is expected to be held in September 2012.

Mr. Hageman has been acting as full time interim CFO since January 2012 and will continue this role until he takes on his position as CFO at the EGM. Mr. Hageman joined KPN in 2005 and most recently held the position of CEO KPN Group Belgium. Previously, Mr. Hageman worked for nearly a decade as a corporate financier in London, where he advised companies in the Telecoms, Media and Technology sectors.

Mr. Hageman started his working career in the English capital, where he took on various management positions with ABN AMRO and Deutsche Bank. In 2005 he joined KPN, starting as head of Investor Relations. Additionally, he became head of the Mergers & Acquisitions department in 2007. In 2008 he was appointed CFO of the Mobile International division. In that same year he took over responsibility for KPN Spain, KPN France and Ortel Mobile. As project leader he also made a key contribution to developing the 2011-2015 Strategy.

Mr. Hageman studied business economics at the University of Maastricht and business management at the London Business School.

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