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September 30, 2020
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Bancpost joins Council of Banking Employers

The Council of Banking Employers in Romania (CPBR), the employers’ organization of the Romanian banking sector, has approved the expansion of its membership to seven banks by receiving Bancpost among its ranks.
The members of CPBR’s General Assembly – Steven van Groningen (Raiffeisen Bank), Rasvan Radu (UniCredit Bank), Philippe Lhotte (BRD – Groupe Societe Generale), Tomas Spurny (Banca Comerciala Romana), Michal Szczurek (ING Bank Romania) and Andrei Dudoiu (Volksbank) – have approved Bancpost’s accession during their meeting on September 16. The meeting was attended by Bancpost CEO George Georgakopoulos.
“As a systemic bank, Bancpost is consistent in its strategy of actively and responsibly backing the Romanian economy, and all of our actions converge toward this goal. We are honoured to join CPBR and to take part in the constructive dialogue initiated between all parties involved in the activity of the banking sector – clients, institutions and banks. I am confident that this collaboration will at the same time lead to the consolidation of the relation of partnership we have with our clients and to the development of the banking sector,” Bancpost CEO George Georgakopoulos stated.
The seven members of CPBR hold over half of the Romanian banking system’s assets and their employees represent over a third of the banking system’s total number of employees.
Bancpost is an important universal bank that has been present on the Romanian market for 24 years. It has 2,200 employees, a network of 148 units, 7 corporate business centres and 5 regional retail centres.

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