BVB shareholders elect new board of governors

Newsroom 15/12/2015 | 11:31

The general shareholders meeting has elected a new board of governors and a president of the board, the company announced. The new members of the board are Lucian Claudiu Anghel, Valerian Ionescu, Gabriel Marica, Cristian Micu, Octavian Molnar, Otto Naegeli, Robert Cosmin Pana, Dan Viorel Paul, Radu Toia.

Out of the nine new members of the board of governors, the shareholders re-elected Lucian Anghel as president of the board. He has post-graduate studies from HEC Montreal Canada (similar MBA) and from the Bank Risk Management, Georgetown University Washington.

Professionally, he has been a president of the board of governors for BVB since 2012, president and CEO of BCR Pensii since 2012 and a professor at the National School of Political and Administrative Studies since 2013 to date.

Valerian Ionescu is a sales expert for regulated markets at BCR since 2013 and holds an executive development program diploma from HEC Montreal Canada and BCR University.

Gabriel Marica is the owner of  SSIF Romintrade SA and has a master in activities and societies from the University of Economical Science.

Cristian Micu is director, head of the Bucharest Branch of NBG Securities and has a degree from IESE Business School of the University of Navarra.

Octavian Molnar is CEO of IFB Finvest SA since 1999.

Otto E. Naegeli was proposed by EBRD and is a shareholder with a 4.99 percent stake.

Robert Cosmin Pana holds a degree in civil procedural law from Nicolae Titulescu University and is at present a egal advisor for Swiss Capital SA.

Dan Viorel Paul is a capital markets specialist and holds a degree in economics from the Academy foe Economic Studies in Bucharest.

Radu Toia is a fund administrator and holds a degree from the Academy foe Economic Studies in Bucharest.

Bucharest Stock Exchange expresses apologies to all the shareholders of the BVB, and to all persons participating at the lieu of the GSM, as well as to all other observers, media and all interested persons, for significant delays in the counting of the ‎votes cast during the meeting – due to the critical technical glitch of the IT software, dedicated to serve this process, leading to the decision to modify the mechanism of computation of the votes.

Natalia Martian

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