Deputy Chairman of the SPF Kudin was elected head of the Supervisory Board of Centrenergo

By the decision of the Supervisory Board of PJSC Centrenergo, Deputy Chairman of the State Property Fund (SPF) of Ukraine Denys Kudin was elected its head, Interfax-Ukraine reports.

According to the company in the information disclosure system of the National Commission for Securities and Stock Market (NSCSSM), at the same time, the powers of a member of the Supervisory Board, Serhii Slepkan, who had previously become a member of it as a representative of the state, were terminated.

When Kudin was appointed to the SPF in July 2020, the department noted that the new Deputy Chairman had more than 16 years of experience in developing strategic and operational management systems for enterprises and introducing best corporate governance practices in manufacturing enterprises and the fuel and energy sector, retail trade, and light industry and project management. He holds MBA degrees from London Business School (UK) and Columbia University New York (USA). He received his first education at the Institute of International Relations of the Kyiv National Shevchenko University.

Earlier, on February 26, the SPF dismissed the acting Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Centrenergo Oleksandr Korchynskyi and appointed Yurii Vlasenko, who in the last five years held the positions of a member of the Supervisory Board, a member of the Directorate, and also a member of the Supervisory Board of PJSC Donbasenergo. Previously, Vlasenko headed NEURC.

To recap, Denys Kudin said that at the end of March the commission under the Ministry of Energy would provide a list of promising mines for joining Centrenergo.

Earlier, the State Property Fund had assessed the work of Centrenergo in January-February 2021.

Tags: legislation, NEURC, Top management, TPP, electricity market, Centrenergo

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