Slovak cabinet replaces Eximbanka management

The state-owned Eximbanka which deals with imports and exports is to be headed by Mario Schrenkel, who will replace current director general Igor Lichnovský as of September 9, according to a decision approved by the government on September 8, the TASR newswire reported. The government also replaced members of the bank's board of directors and supervisory board, TASR wrote. Current deputy directors Milan Horváth, Marián Šedo and Štefan Veselovský will be replaced by Jozef Gašparík, Daniel Jóna and Ľubomír Kudroň, who will also sit on the bank board.

The state-owned Eximbanka which deals with imports and exports is to be headed by Mario Schrenkel, who will replace current director general Igor Lichnovský as of September 9, according to a decision approved by the government on September 8, the TASR newswire reported.

The government also replaced members of the bank's board of directors and supervisory board, TASR wrote. Current deputy directors Milan Horváth, Marián Šedo and Štefan Veselovský will be replaced by Jozef Gašparík, Daniel Jóna and Ľubomír Kudroň, who will also sit on the bank board.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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