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September 18, 2019

Adrian Sarbu, ‘father’ of PRO trust, has resigned

Central European Media Enterprises Ltd. (CME) yesterday announced that Adrian Sarbu resigned from all his positions, of President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company that controls the PRO trust. “Adrian Sarbu played a decisive role in the company for nearly two decades. He started as CME partner in 1995, when the company launched PRO TV on the Romanian market. Later, between 2007 and 2009, he occupied the position of Chief Operating Officer with the company. Starting 2009 he was President and CEO of CME,” reads a communiqué.
In the same communiqué, Ronald Lauder, CME founder and Chairman of the Board thanks Adrian Sarbu for the “numerous contributions to the success of the CME company, for the passion, dedication and exceptional creative vision he demonstrated ever since 1995.” Adrian Sarbu said that he is “proud” of having been part of CME for almost 20 years and for contributing to the uninterrupted success of the company during this interval full of challenges.

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