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May 6, 2021

Intesa Sanpaolo Bank appoints Dan Sandu as CEO. Marco Capellini will take on a new executive role within the Intesa Sanpaolo Group

Intesa Sanpaolo Bank, the Romanian subsidiary of Intesa Sanpaolo, leader in Italy and one of the most solid banking groups in the Euro Zone, announces that the Board of Directors decided to appoint  Dan Sandu (photo)  as Chief Executive Officer. The appointment is subject to approval by the National Bank of Romania (NBR).  Dan Sandu will succeed Marco Capellini, who will take on a new executive role within the Group.

With a solid knowledge of the Romanian banking sector, Dan Sandu brings over 25 years of experience in Banking and Capital Markets. He began his career within NBR as Chief Dealer and Director of the International Reserves Management and Market Operations Division, and subsequently held management positions in important financial institutions, was also involved in various professional organisations and in the first Ethical Council of the Romanian Banking Association.

“Mr. Dan Sandu is a highly respected and experienced banker who will drive the future growth of Intesa Sanpaolo Bank in Romania. Our long-term business plan for Romania continues to focus on developing the Corporate and SME segments, a strategy that has already been proven to be effective and yield positive results for the bank”, stated Ignacio Jaquotot, Head of the International Subsidiary Banks Division of Intesa Sanpaolo.

The strategic market positioning of Intesa Sanpaolo Bank as fully specialized bank focused on the Corporate and SME business segments contributed to its overall performance last year. As such, in 2017, the bank recorded an operating income of RON 154 million and a net profit of RON 43 million, three times higher than in 2016.


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