Finance Ministry To Tweak Andrei Stamatian’s Appointment At CEC Bank

05.09.2011 By Andrei Circhelan

The Romanian Finance Ministry called a shareholder meeting at CEC Bank to appoint Andrei Stamatian as vice-president, since the central bank rejected his appointment as first vice-president, people close to the matter told MEDIAFAX.

"The central bank rejected Stamatian's appointment because he would have been in charge with areas new to him. This was just a misunderstanding. Stamatian himself asked for several changes in his position and tasks in areas where he has enough experience," the people said.

End-March, the Finance Ministry, single shareholder at CEC Bank, decided to replace first vice-president Gheorghe Carabasan with Andrei Liviu Stamatian, who had been president of Raiffeisen Banca pentru Locuinte.

Stamatian took his position within Raiffeisen Banca pentru Locuinte in 2009, previously acting as Raiffeisen strategic projects manager and director of the organization and project department.

Stamatian will leave Raiffeisen Banca pentru Locuinte on May 11.

The CEC Bank managing board includes another seven people, namely Ciprian Badea, Bogdan Alexandru Dragoi, Mihai Gogancea Vatasoiu, Ene Dinga, Gheorghe Pogea, Dragos Banescu and Valentin Mavrodin.


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