Romania: Elena Doina Dascălu is Electrica’s new Chairman of the Board

Elena Doina Dascălu was elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Electrica SA for a one-year term at a meeting on May 14, 2018.

The Board of Electrica SA is composed of seven members: Elena Doina Dascălu, Gicu Iorga, Ramona Ungur, Valentin Radu, Arielle Malard De Rothschild, Bogdan Iliescu and Willem Jan Antoon Henri Schoeber.

Between 1980 and 1997, Doina Dascălu held various positions within the Ministry of Public Finance and within the Romanian Court of Accounts, and from 1997 to 2001 she was General Director of the General Directorate of Indirect Tax Legislation and Deputy Secretary General – Policy Department Taxation and Income Administration, Ministry of Finance.

Between 2001 and 2005, Doina Dascălu served as a parliamentary expert and parliamentary advisor to the Chamber of Deputies – the Committee for Economic Policy, Reform and Privatization, and between 2005-2008 she was Secretary of State in the Ministry of Public Finance – the Budget Department.
In October 2008, she was appointed by the Romanian Parliament as the Account Counselor and Vice-President of the Romanian Court of Accounts for a term of 9 years.
She currently serves as State Counselor in the Prime Minister’s working apparatus and is a member of Electrica SA’s Board of Directors since October 2017.

During the Board of Director’s meeting, the composition of the committees was established and their chairmen were appointed, for a one-year term, as follows:
1. The Strategy and Corporate Governance Committee
– Willem Jan Antoon Henri Schoeber – President
– Arielle Malard De Rothschild – Member
– Gicu Iorga – Member

2. Audit and Risk Committee
– Bogdan George Iliescu – President
– Arielle Malard De Rothschild – Member
– Ramona Ungur – Member

3. Nomination and Remuneration Committee
– Valentin Radu – President
– Bogdan George Iliescu – Member
– Elena Doina Dascălu – Member



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