Mihai Radoi 

A British and Romanian citizen, Mr. Mihai Radoi is a London-based finance professional with over thirty five years’ experience in commercial banking. He has extensive experience in corporate governance, international banking practices and legislation, and banking activities in eastern Europe. He started his banking career at Bancorex, the main Romanian bank dedicated to foreign trade activities, and in 1979 he became the Chief Dealer of the London-based Anglo Romanian Bank. Between 1989 and 1990 he was the Vice President and General Manager of the Paris-based Banque Franco Roumaine. Mr. Radoi returned to the Anglo Romanian Bank Limited in 1991 where he served as CEO from 1991 and 2004, and as Managing Director from 1991 to 2011. As such, Mr Radoi, who also served as a Board member, was responsible to the Board for all the activities of the bank, including liaising with regulators, and all aspects of compliance with the banking rules of the City of London. He also had overall responsibility for all treasury, capital markets, and business development activities.

 

Zoran Melovski  

Mr. Zoran Melovski is a Cyprus-based lawyer who has already acted as a Director of RC2’s two Cyprus subsidiaries, RC2 (Cyprus) Limited and Glasro Holdings Limited, and also sits on the board of The Romanian Investment Fund (Cyprus) Limited, where RC2 has an indirect shareholding. Prior to joining the board of RC2’s Cyprus companies, Zoran was responsible for all the in-house legal work for East Point Holdings Limited, a Cyprus-based holding company with extensive operations in agribusiness, shipping, and metal processing. Zoran Melovski trained as a lawyer at the University of Belgrade and is a Serbian and Cypriot citizen.

 

Paolo Bassetti   

Mr. Paolo Bassetti is a specialist in industrial development, restructuring and mergers and acquisitions, with extensive experience in Latin America and Europe (including Romania). He worked for the Techint Group for 26 years, where he was involved in a number of industrial development operations and internal organizational restructurings, including in Brazil where he was responsible for the licensing of a five million ton steel project in Rio de Janiero and where he acted as the President of Ternium, and in Romania where he was responsible for the Group’s acquisition and restructuring of two Romanian industrial pipe producers, Silcotub and Donasid. He was educated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the London School of Economics and the University of Bologna, and is an Italian citizen.