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AmCham Romania Has a New Board of Directors

Transparency in decision making and public consultations must continue during the state of emergency
 

Following the March 31, 2020 Annual General Meeting and elections, new members were elected to join the AmCham Romania Board of Directors, therefore during 2020 this AmCham Romania representation and leadership structure will include:

President: Ionuț Simion, Country Managing Partner - PwC Romania

Vice-Presidents:

Jovan Radosavljevic, General Manager - Coca-Cola HBC Romania

Omer Tetik, CEO – Banca Transilvania

Treasurer:

Alexander Milcev, Tax& Law Leader Romania, Partner - EY Romania

Members:

Cristian Agalopol, Central & Eastern Head Securities and Capital Markets - Citibank

Dorin Pena, General Manager - Cisco Romania

Anca Damour, Executive Board Member - Carrefour Romania

Alexandru Reff, Country Managing Partner - Deloitte Romania

Daniela Nemoianu, Senior Partner - Nemoianu Consulting

Elisabeta Moraru, Country General Manager -  Google Romania

Sevan Kaloustian, Managing Director -  Janssen, Johnson & Johnson Romania

Violeta Luca, Country General Manager -  Microsoft Romania

Roberto Musneci, Co-Founder & Senior Partner – Șerban & Musneci Associates

Concerning the AmCham priorities for this year, Ionuț Simion, President of the AmCham Romania Board of Directors stated: “Given the rapid and unpredictable spread of the impact of this public health crisis on the society and on the economy, the private sector needs to actively engage in a twofold mission– to limit the immediate negative effects and to identify post-crisis measures to restart the economic activity.  We will continue to advance proposals, analysis and recommendations that reflect the views of AmCham members, in line with our mission to represent the business community. Although the Government announced that it will suspend transparency in decision-making and public consultations during the emergency state, we strongly believe that the private sector needs to be consulted as it plays a vital role for the economy.”

AmCham Romania reiterates the importance of a consistent and constructive public-private dialogue, focused on adopting efficient and modern public policies that will contribute to overcoming the current crisis and also to recover the gaps that Romania has in critical areas such as healthcare, education, infrastructure, digitalization of public services, gaps that are even more evident in the current context.

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