Euroins consolidates its top management and appoints Dragoș Oltenescu as Deputy CEO

 Before Euroins, the executive was responsible for the  financial strategy of international companies such as  Orange Money, BNP Paribas Cardif and ABN AMRO


After a year since Tanja Blatnik joined Euroins Romania as CEO, now the company further consolidates its top management team by appointing  Dragoș Oltenescu as Deputy CEO in charge with the financial strategy and also contributing to the company’s business transformation. His appointment  was approved today by the Romanian Financial Supervisory Authority (ASF).

Dragoș Oltenescu, the Deputy CEO of Euroins Romania, is a seasoned business leader with over 20 years of experience in financial management, with a proven track record for leading business transformation, implementing financial strategy and change management projects in ones of the top international banking institutions present in Romania. He has extensive leadership experience in large organizations being also skilled in start up organizations, with focus on digital payment products. His experience ranges across industries such as banking and fintechs, consultancy, insurance, telecom, FMCG.

I am extremely honored to have Dragoș in the team. I believe that his experience and adherence to the values ​​of Euroins will help us reach our target and the ambitious transformational plans we have. His vast experience in the top management of international businesses is impressive and will help us be more resilient and face the challenges on the insurance local market. I am confident that with Dragoș in the team, Euroins Romania will make big steps in becoming even stronger and bolder,” stated Tanja Blatnik, General Manager of Euroins Romania.

Dragoș Oltenescu started his career in Price Waterhouse Coopers. He then joined Philip Morris where he also gained international expertise in Switzerland as Fiscal & Economic Affairs Senior, being responsable for 15 EU countries, after which he moved to the banking industry, being part of the ABN AMRO Retail Bank management team. Prior to joining Euroins Romania, he held top management roles such as CFO at Orange Money (part of the Orange Group) and BNP Paribas Cardif, and Head of controlling at Erste Bank

I am delighted to join Euroins Romania and work alongside Tanja Blatnik as well as the entire team in Romania to consolidate the company’s market position. I was drawn by the ambitious transformational plan and am honored to have the opportunity to contribute to the new strategy. Euroins Romania is part of one of the largest insurance groups,  present in 14 European countries and which has currently a partnership with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. The latest changes in the company’s strategy will  allow us to take big steps, to progress quickly, based on the  expertise and knowledge that each one of us has . I am very confident that we will address the challenges that will lie ahead in 2022 and beyond and achieve new levels of success”, stated Dragoș Oltenescu, Deputy CEO of Euroins Romania.

The first positive results of the business transformation plan can already be seen, as Euroins Romania reported for 2021 a turnover of 2,2 billion lei and 163.000 damage claims paid in value of 1,5 billion lei. In just one year, the company had a capital increase of over 500 million lei, part of it coming from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development – EBRD. Also, most recently Euroins România managed to significantly improve internal procedures, so that all damage claims with no human casualties were paid in less than seven days.


About Euroins Insurance Group (EIG) and Eurohold


Euroins Insurance Group AD (EIG) is one of the leading insurance groups operating in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. Euroins Insurance Group provides a full range of insurance products, serves over 4 million customers in 14 countries and has over 3,000 employees. EIG is part of Eurohold Bulgaria AD, a large financial and energy group operating in the region and active in the area of electricity distribution, supply and trade, insurance, leasing, car sales, investment services and asset management. Eurohold is listed on the Bulgarian and Warsaw Stock Exchange. In 2021, Eurohold acquired through its unit Eastern European Electric Company the subsidiaries of the Czech energy company CEZ Group in Bulgaria, which have over 3,000 employees and serve almost 3 million consumers in the country. 



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