The government finally got round to installing its new management at main power producer Slovenske Elektrarne, with the new members of the Board of Directors and the Supervisory Board officially voted in by privatisation agency FNM.
The Board of Directors will now include Rastislav Antal, who takes the seat of Viliam Kupec, while Robert Mistrík became the Supervisory Board chairman, joined by member Jan Marusinec, in place of outgoing Eduard Strycek and Milan Skultety.
They will now have to work alongside Slovenske Elektrarne’s Italian investor Enel, which holds a 66% stake in the concern. Incoming chairman of the Supervisory Board, Robert Mistrik, told The Daily today that he looked forward to the new post and would do his utmost for the good of the company.
The General Meeting of the company passed the FNM’s motions last week.