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Nov 24, 2009 17:10 EEST
SKOPJE (Macedonia), November 24 (SeeNews) – Macedonia's Ohridska Banka AD Ohrid, majority-owned by French group Societe Generale, said on Tuesday that its Managing Board Chairman, Bernard Koenig, will retire as of December 31.
Ohridska Banka's Supervisory Board has proposed that Jitka Pantuckova, a member of the Executive Board at Czech Komercni bank, also part of Societe Generale, replace Koenig, Ohridska said in a statement to the Macedonian Stock Exchange, where it is listed.
The appointment of Pantuckova should be approved by the National Bank of Macedonia. If the central bank gives the go-ahead, Pantuckova will assume her new position on January 1, 2010.
Koenig took the chairman job at Ohridska Banka in May 2007.
French banking group Societe Generale owns 58.82% of Ohridska Banka (www.ob.com.mk).
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