Mrs Slavica Pavlović has been appointed the President of the Executive Board of Eurobank in Serbia
30 June 2016.
SLAVICA PAVLOVIĆ APPOINTED PRESIDENT OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF EUROBANK AD BEOGRAD
Eurobank Group is glad to announce that Mrs Slavica Pavlović has been appointed the President of the Executive Board of Eurobank in Serbia
. Mrs Pavlović so far held the position of the Deputy President of the Executive Board of Eurobank a.d. Beograd, to which she was appointed after the long-standing President of the Executive Board, Mr Philippos Karamanolis
, assumed the position of the CEO of “Bancpost” and Country Manager of Eurobank Group in Romania.
“Our objective is to continue with the policy of responsible interest rates, which provide us with a solid financial position among the top five banks by profit in the country. According to the latest results, Eurobank is a highly liquid and well capitalised bank, with a capital base among the highest ones in the country. We constantly strive towards innovation and new ideas in order to upgrade the quality of our products and services. Eurobank will continue to invest efforts to remain the bank of first choice for its clients, both retail and corporate ones, operating with a strong sense of responsibility towards its employees, clients, stakeholders, and the social community where it operates,” said Mrs Slavica Pavlović upon the occasion of her appointment to the helm of the Executive Board.
Before joining Eurobank Serbia in 2006 as a Chief Financial Officer, Mrs. Pavlovic was a manager for the audit of banks and other financial institutions at PricewaterhouseCoopers and prior to that, at Ernst & Young in Serbia whilst she started her career at Investbanka in Belgrade.
She graduated from the Faculty of Economics of the University of Belgrade, Department of Banking and Insurance. Mrs Pavlović is also a member of the Tax Committee of the Foreign Investors Council and a member of the Board of Director of the Foundation for Studies of Science and Art of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.