The Raiffeisen Bank’s Supervisory Board appointed Alina Rus as Chief Financial Officer and member of the management Board. The nomination will become effective after obtaining authorization from the National Bank of Romania (NBR).
So far, the CFO of the bank was Mihail Ion, who will take over, as previously announced, another division of the bank, the Capital Markets, Investment Banking, and Personal Financial Planning, after authorization by the NBR.
Alina has been part of Raiffeisen Bank’s team for almost 20 years and has extensive experience in credit risk management for SMEs and corporations, including in the analysis and management of risk processes, as well as in the field of regulations. Since 2015 until now, Alina has led the credit risk management activities for SMEs and Corporations.
“I am glad that Alina will complete our executive management team and I am sure that she will be able to have a significant contribution. She has outstanding skills as a leader and very well understands the needs of the business. We are looking forward to an interesting and challenging period in which we will be contributing to our bank transformation and to our achievement as an organization”, said Zdenek Romanek, President, and CEO at Raiffeisen Bank.