Following the decision taken by the bank’s supervisory board, Peter Andronov has been appointed CEO of EIBank. Andronov previously worked for the Bulgarian National Bank as chief director. He joined EIBank in April 2007 as executive director responsible for risk management, reporting, analysis and planning. The bank’s management board will also include Vassil Simov, who will supervise operations, Alexander Dimitrov, who will be in charge of retail banking and Hristina Filipova, who – as trade representative – will head corporate banking. The EIB supervisory board will also propose that Frank Jansen be appointed to the post of chief financial and risk officer. Jansen was previously the CEO of KBC France. Simov joined EIBank in 2001 as a member of the management board. In 2002, he was appointed Executive Director and was put in charge of the branch network, procurement and security. Dimitrov previously worked for United Bulgarian Bank as director of treasury operations, risk management and in other areas. Filipova has worked for EIBank since its establishment in 1994. She was appointed trade representative in 2000 and was responsible for corporate banking, finance and operations.
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