The CEO of TAROM, Christian Edouard Heinzmann, and his deputy Michael Moriaty, handed over their attributions on March 4 to CFO Maresi Caravan, finaciarul.ro reports. According to TAROM sources, the reason for giving up their attributions was the rejection of the second reorganisation plan of the national airline. “If the Board of TAROM does not accept the second reorganisation plan proposed by the private manager, Heinzmann will pack up. There are controversies over the outsourcing of the technical service of TAROM. If the second private manager of TAROM leaves too, the new CEO might be Gabriel Dumitrescu or Nicolae Demetriade. They held the office of TAROM CEO in the past,” the sources said. The press office of TAROM announced that Christian Heinzmann, CEO, and his deputy Michael Moriaty, only handed down part of their attributions to Maresi Caravan. “They only delegated the competencies of signing certain documents, for which there are commitments signed by the CEO/CFO, or documents of correspondence without decision implications,” the TAROM press office explained.