SORANA BACIU AND MARIANA ANTONIOU ARE THE NEW MEMBERS OF ALPHA BANK’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS, NOW MADE UP OF NINE PEOPLE, INCLUDING THREE WOMEN

Sorana Baciu and Mariana Antoniou have been appointed as new members of the Board of Directors of Alpha Bank Romania, according to a press release issued by the credit institution.

Sorana Baciu is an international management consultant with more than 20 years of experience in strategy development and business financing, as well as in the management of international and local companies.

Mariana Antoniou has extensive experience in accounting and tax. She joined Alpha Bank in 1987 and was appointed Senior Manager of the Accounting and Tax Division in 2013.

Christos Giampanas, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Alpha Bank Romania said, “I would like to welcome Sorana Baciu and Mariana Antoniou to the Board of Directors of Alpha Bank Romania. I am convinced that their experience and expertise will strengthen the Board structure and improve our corporate governance.”

Biography Sorana Baciu

Ms. Sorana Baciu has built an international career in the commercial and investment banking sector and also in the oil and gas industry. She has worked in executive as well as non-executive management positions, as a member of boards of directors. She is active in several NGOs promoting good corporate governance and diversity in leadership and is President of the Romanian Association of Independent Directors. Ms. Baciu graduated from the Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies with a Master’s degree in International Economic Relations, and from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, where she obtained a Master’s degree in Economic Policy Management.

Biography Mariana Antoniou

Mariana Antoniou joined Alpha Bank S.A. in 1987. In 2013 she was appointed Senior Manager of the Accounting and Tax Division of the Bank. She is a member of the boards of directors of several Group companies. In 2014 she joined the Hellenic Banking Association (HBA) as Head of the Accounting Committee and represents HBA in the Accounting Committee of the European Banking Federation. He studied business administration and accounting at the Athens University of Economics and Business and holds an MBA from the Hellenic Management Association.

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