Former NN Pensii head Raluca Tintoiu wins in court against ASF, receives damages for abuse

Newsroom 16/10/2018 | 15:17

Raluca Tintoiu, the former head of NN Pensii, the company that received the biggest ever fine issued by Romania’s Financial Supervisory Authority (ASF), won first battle in court against the authority. The sentence could be appealed.

A local court in Bucharest  (Bucharest Court of Appeal) decided to remove all sanctions decided by ASF and the authority is forced to pay EUR 1,000 to Raluca Tintoiu in damages, according to

During Tintoiu’s tenure as the head of the company, NN Pensii was hit with the biggest fine in the history of the ASF for warning its customers about the public talks on the possible nationalisation of the private pension funds.

In April 2017, ASF issued a RON 750,000 fine for the company, withdrew Tintoiu’s general director license and gave her a RON 100,000 fine, after Social Democratic Party (PSD) head Liviu Dragnea stated that the ASF should act in very strong terms.

According to industry voices, the withdrawal of the license meant that she cannot take a top management position in the financial sector, where all such positions are authorised wither by the ASF, or the National Bank of Romania (BNR), or authorities in other countries.

Such measure is in force for 10 years, being the equivalent of a career ending move.

In September 2017, NN Pensii announced that Raluca Tintoiu will continue its career at an international level within the NN Group, and was replaced at the helm of NN Pensii by Andreea Pipernea.

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