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Lucian Anghel, re-elected president of Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB)

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Autor: Bancherul.ro
2015-12-14 21:26

Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) Ordinary General Shareholders Meeting met on Monday, December 14, 2015, elected the new members of the Board of Governors and a the president of the Board, said BVB in a statement.

The new members of the Board are Lucian Anghel, Valerian Ionescu, Gabriel Marica, Cristian Micu, Octavian Molnar, Otto Naegeli, Robert Cosmin Robert Pana, Dan-Viorel Paul, Radu Toia.

Out of the nine new members of the Board of Governors, the shareholders re-elected Lucian Anghel (photo) President of the Board.

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.

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