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Enel Romania makes new appointments at the lead of business services and regulatory departments

Enel Romania appointed Cosmin Trofin as Business Services Director, while the position of Regulatory Director, previously occupied by Trofin, was took over by Claudia Brandus

2016-10-03 14:02:53

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As Regulatory Director, Claudia Brandus, will lead a team of 15 people, having as main objective defining, representing and promoting the position of the company on regulatory and antitrust issues. Also, she will be responsible of identifying the regulatory trend for the assessment of the economic and financial impact of regulation on local business lines; and managing regulatory and antitrust issues and proceedings towards interested relevant stakeholders, addressing and monitoring local business lines compliance and defining the optimal local strategy.

Cosmin Trofin has over six years of experience within the group of companies Enel Romania, previously having coordinated the purchasing department, then the Regulatory department. As Director of the business services department, he will be responsible for general services and facilities management, and maximizing the value of the portfolio of real estate assets at the country level, ensuring the performance of the real estate needs of the business. Before joining Enel, Cosmin Trofin has acquired extensive experience in acquisitions in other multinational companies in the energy and food. Trofin holds a bachelor′s degree in Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Bucharest - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.

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