Daniela Budurea, back in charge of Western Union Romania and Bulgaria

Newsroom 19/06/2014 | 14:21

Daniela Budurea was re-appointed as country manger of Western Union for Romania and Bulgaria after a two-year stint in a senior management position for the company network in Europe, writes Mediafax.

Budurea will coordinate Western Union operations on the two market and her main objective will be to extend the agency network and diversify the mix of channels used by clients to access services, especially the electronic component.

“We are are focusing on diversifying the mix of channels that allows us to offer our services in the online, banking and mobile environments. At the moment, our clients in Romania can perform traditional transfers or cash to cash at the booth, at the ATM machine, on their mobiles phones or through internet banking”, according to Daniela Budurea.

Daniela Budurea joined Western Union in 2012 as country manager position for Romania and Bulgaria for seven months. Seven months later she was promoted to a regional level. Prior to joining Western Union, she was group country manager with Angelo Costa Romania and led Angelo Costa International Romanian Branch for over eight years.

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