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Mihai Tănăsescu a preluat de la 1 august funcţia de vicepreşedinte al BEI

Mihai Tănăsescu a preluat de la 1 august funcţia de vicepreşedinte al BEI

Reprezentantul României la Fondul Monetar Internaţional (FMI), Mihai Tănăsescu, a preluat de miercuri, 1 august, funcţia de vicepreşedinte al Băncii Europene pentru Investiţii (BEI).

România este, astfel, reprezentată pentru prima oară la acest nivel în cadrul băncii.

Tănăsescu va face parte din Comitetul de Management, care cuprinde un preşedinte şi opt vicepreşedinţi, şi îl va înlocui pe grecul Plutarchos Sakellaris.

BEI este instituţia financiară a Uniunii Europene, având ca acţionari cele 27 de state membre ale UE. Consiliul Guvernatorilor BEI cuprinde miniştrii de finanţe din cele 27 de state UE.

După plecarea lui Tănăsescu, postul de de reprezentant al României la FMI va fi preluat de directorul de operaţiuni al Băncii Naţionale a României (BNR), Şerban Matei. El a fost numit director al Direcţiei operaţiuni de piaţă în toamna anului 2010, anterior ocupând postul de director adjunct al acestei direcţii. AGERPRES

LUXEMBOURG, August 02, 2012 – Mr Mihai Tanasescu was appointed Vice-President and Member of the Management Committee of the European Investment Bank (EIB). Yesterday, he has taken up his post, succeeding Mr Plutarchos Sakellaris, who completed a four-year term as EIB Vice-President.

 Mr Tanasescu, a Romanian citizen, was appointed by the EIB’s Board of Governors on the basis of a proposal from the Minister of Finance of Romania with the agreement of the shareholder constituency composed of the Kingdom of Denmark, the Hellenic Republic, Ireland and Romania.

 Prior to his appointment, Mr Tanasescu served as Senior Adviser to the Executive Director and Member of Board of Executive Directors of the International Monetary Fund in Washington D. C.

 Mr Tanasescu is an economist. Amongst his most recent responsibilities figure: Minister of Public Finance of Romania (2000-2004), Member of the Romanian Parliament and Chairman of the Budget and Finance Committee of the Chamber of Deputies (2004-2007). Previously, in 1997-2000, he was an Alternate Executive Director at the World Bank.

 The new EIB Vice-President commented: “As a Member of the EIB’s Management Committee, I very much appreciate having the opportunity to contribute to the balanced development of the European Union by supporting the real economy and fostering economic progress.”

 The Management Committee of the EIB is the permanent collegiate executive body of the institution. It is composed of a President and eight Vice-Presidents. Under the authority of the current President Werner Hoyer, it oversees the running of the EIB, prepares decisions for the Board of Directors and ensures that they are implemented. The members of the Management Committee are responsible solely to the Bank; they are appointed by the Board of Governors, on a proposal from the Board of Directors. The EIB’s Management Committee has its headquarters in Luxembourg.

 European Investment Bank, Luxembourg

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