Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Romania appointed Florin Sandor as deputy CEO and Chief Workout Officer, responsible with the restructuring of the portfolio of loans with problems. Florin Sandor had previously worked in the bank for ten years as legal director, prior to be legal counselor at BNR for two years, according to a press release. The appointment of Sandor, which awaits the approval of the central bank, comes after prime deputy CEO of Intesa Sanpaolo bank Ioan Mihail Anca who was also Chief Workout Officer, ended the mandate in late April, leaving the bank to get involved in personal professional projects. The bank management is made up of Capellini and five deputy CEOs, including Sandor.
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