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Elections of the President of Confindustria Romania for the biennium 2016-2018 * President Mauro Maria Angelini reelected

On Thursday, 19th of May, it was held the General Assembly of Confindustria Romania, which coincided with the election of the new President. Mauro Maria Angelini was reelected as President for the next two years, as his third term. The turnout was very high, with Associates from all over Romania.

The statute of Confindustria Romania for the third term as President states that the minimum quorum must be 65% of participants’ consent. Mauro Maria Angelini was renamed President, surpassing 98% of the votes.

Together with President Angelini was also confirmed his team that is formed by: Giulio Bertola (ADV Communication) – Vicepresident, Roberto Falato (Boscolo&Partners) – Chief Treasurer, the counselors Marco Esposito (Unicredit Bank), Ahyan Guven (Pirelli Tyres), Alessandro Romei (Rina Romania), Carlo Ferrero (Comceh), Vincenzo Gaudino (Telecomponenti Romania), Antonino Bicchieri (Firecredit).  In addition, there were elected the counselors of the national council: Gennaro Varriale (Beta SA), Davide Crovetti (SCG Complete Building Solutions), Gianluigi Cirilli (Cind Europe), Giacomo Billi (Alive Capital), the auditors Claudio Pucci (Reconta Management Group), Luigi Vassallo (EBM European Business Management), Liliana Draghiciu (Martelli Europe), Cristina Brezeanu (Brema Cont Expert). The elected censors were Sergio Pica (Essepi Engineering & Consulting), Massimo Battilani (Bati Consult), Francesco Stasolla (Italsofà), Tiziano Minghelli (Manufactura de Est), Ovidiu Nicolescu (CNIPMMR).

The President opened the meeting presenting a report of the recently finished term, highlighting the significant progress of the Association both as a territorial development process, with the foundation of the new branch of Prahova and the North-East Area delegation in Iasi, and as employers’ actions.

 

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