E.ON Romania CEO Frank Hajdinjak leaves the company

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After more than15 years in Romania, Frank Hadinjak, the CEO OF E.ON Romania, has decided to leave the company, starting September 30.

Frank Hajdinjak came in Romania in 2004 and was part of the team that managed the takeover of Distrigaz Nord. He was appointed CEO in 2008.

Frank Hajdinjak

Coming to Romania has been the best decision in my career ever. There have been 15 years full of challenges, when we succeeded together with my Romanian colleagues to turn the former state companies into competitive, customer-oriented firms, ready for the new energy world. After all this time spent in Romania, I could say I am also mostly Romanian, while E.ON is my love child (….) Now it’s time for new challenges ahead of me”, Frank Hajdinjak said.

Manfred Paasch

Manfred Paasch, the former CFO of E.DIS will take over the CEO position at E.ON Romania as of October 1.

At the same time, the general manager of Axpo Romania, Cătălin Iordache, will take over the helm of E.ON Energie Romania, also from October 1, also becoming E.ON Romania deputy CEO.

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