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CTP appoints Andreea Odovinca as Chief Financial Officer for Romania

CTP has appointed Andreea Odovinca as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for Romania. She will be responsible for ensuring the efficiency of financial functions, the quality of the information provided by the department, staff development and performance management.

2018-03-23 14:23:19

Odovinca will be directly involved in defining the strategy meant to improve the company's performance, and in providing a financial perspective on the development initiatives. She has an impressive career that spans a period of 17 years, most recently having spent over two years as the Financial Manager for Skanska Romania. Prior to this, she occupied the same position at Kaufland Romania for three and a half years. Odovinca's experience also includes 12 years of activity in the banking sector.

"I am really looking forward to using my expertise in order to support CTP's national growth plans, and to help our customers to further succeed in their business. I consider CTP as one of the most energetic companies in the logistics property sector and I admire the team's passion and dedication. I am eager to be an active part of a company with values I truly admire," added Andreea Odovinca, CFO of CTP Romania.

In late 2017, CTP began a solid process of strengthening the local management team to support future business growth. CTP's Romanian team currently consists of approximately 60 team members who are involved in full property development, from land acquisition to construction, finance and property management.



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