The FIC’s Board of Directors elected its new executive management , Eric Stab is the new President

The Foreign Investors Council’s new Board of Directors elected, on 16 June 2015, the three members of its executive management: the President and the Vice Presidents.

For the past 19 years the FIC has worked closely with Romanian policy makers in a joint effort to improve the country’s investment landscape and to promote sustainable economic growth and the new Board of Directors, with its newly elected President, will continue this effort.

The executive management team, with a mandate until May 2016, consists of: President:

Eric Stab, Chairman & CEO, GDF SUEZ Energy Romania (photo), Vice President: Daniel Anghel, Tax Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers Romania, Vice President:   Jean Valvis, President & General Director, Valvis Holding.

Eric Stab, the new President, reinforced the FIC’s commitment to work towards improving Romania’s business environment, economic development and free market mechanisms for the benefit of the investors’ community and society, at large.

Eric Stab: “I am delighted to have been elected President of the Foreign Investors Council. The FIC is a great organization, well recognized as a partner for dialogue by policy makers and respected as a major voice of the business community. I know that I can count on my fellow Board members as well as on all our member organizations to contribute to our activity and to help ensure that Romania will remain an attractive place for investors. I also wish to warmly thank Mihai Bogza, our outgoing President, for the outstanding leadership he offered to our organization over two mandates”.

The FIC will continue the dialogue with Romanian authorities and all other stakeholders with the objective of creating sustainable economic and employment growth and improving Romania’s  competitiveness and productivity.








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