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AFI Europe Romania appoints Doron Klein as new CEO

AFI Europe Romania announces the appointment of Doron Klein as CEO of the company as of July this year. He currently runs AFI Europe Czech Republic operations. Doron Klein will replace David Hay, who has served as CEO of AFI Europe Romania over the past seven years.

2018-06-14 15:08:26

Klein has over 15 years of experience in the real estate market in several Central and Eastern European countries, particularly the Czech Republic. He joined AFI Europe in 2008, and since 2011 he has been CEO for AFI Europe operations in the Czech Republic, a position he will continue to occupy.

In Romania, he will work with a team of more than 130 people and will lead the company′s operations, present in several cities in the country. Of all the markets it operates, AFI Europe records the strongest operations and the best results on the Romanian market, with properties and projects that include shopping centers, office buildings, residential and mixed projects, which represent a significant proportion of the portfolio of group assets.

"It is extremely honorable and a great responsibility, at the same time, to be appointed CEO of AFI Europe Romania, one of the most respected companies in the local real estate developers market. The Romanian market is a dynamic one and we are focusing on delivering the right solutions for the communities we are in. I look forward to contributing to the development of the company in Romania," said Doron Klein, the new CEO of AFI Europe Romania.

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