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Marinel Burduja

2013-11-24 15:56:51 - From the Print Edition

is the new CEO of the Romanian Bank for Credit and Investments, the current ATE Bank, after the Central Bank approved the lender's new management. In his new position, Burduja will be assisted by Alina Pascu (ATE board member), Dorin Badea (former head of Treasury UniCredit), Gabriel Arsene (formerly of Raiffeisen Bank) and Andrei Popovici (formerly of McKinsey).

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