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Luca Victor Rogojanu was appointed Deputy General Manager and Credit and Risk Management Division coordinator at OTP Bank Romania

Luca Victor Rogojanu was appointed Deputy General Manager (DCEO) and coordinator of the Credit and Risk Management Division within OTP Bank Romania.

The appointment took place following the official approval issued by the National Bank of Romania. Under his coordination, the Credit and Risk Management Division contributes to ensure financial stability and control the risks associated with OTP Bank Romania’s activity.

“The activity of the Credit and Risk Management Division has an essential role in the bank’s business and prudential policy, even more so in the current macroeconomic and international context, where the impact of different factors constantly generates a varied range of unforeseen effects. Together with my colleagues, we have the objective of analysing and preventing these risks, in order to consolidate and ensure the continuity of the bank’s activity. A priority for us is also the integration of sustainability principles into the organization’s development strategy”, said Luca Victor Rogojanu.

Luca Rogojanu has 20 years of experience in banking, with a strong orientation and specialization in the risk management area. He began his career as a banking supervision inspector at the NBR, after which he worked in several roles as a risk manager or division coordinator. He previously was OTP Banks Risk Management Department Director.

Regarding academic training, he holds a doctorate in economics, followed an MBA program at the Central European University and holds a double degree in economics and law. He also attended training and improvement classes at the Federal Reserve Bank (New York), the Deutsche Bundesbank and the National Bank of Poland.

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