CTP Appoints Mrs. Ana Dumitrache as Co-Country Head of CTP Romania
CTP is proud to announce the appointment of Mrs. Ana Dumitrache as co-country head for CTP Romania who will co-ordinate operations with CTP CEO, Remon L. Vos. Mrs. Dumitrache will transition to full time by November 7th, 2016.
Mrs. Dumitrache is a Romanian native with extensive experience in real estate and finance. She built a successful carrier in banking with a long term focus on real estate. During her career, while she worked at the largest bank in Romania which was the primary underwriter of real estate finance in the country, she has acquired strong market knowledge, cooperating with top developers in CEE and becoming one of the most respected professionals in the industry in the country.
Mrs. Dumitrache will be responsible for funding, finance & accounting, focusing on business development in particular, and will support the overall operations of CTP in Romania. Her target within CTP will be to replicate her success in the banking industry, bringing strength and professionalism to the team, creating bridges with partners and supporting the dynamic growth of the company. She believes that a champion will always be a champion with the right support, and says her decision to join CTP in a new career was quite easy.
CTP, a Dutch-led international developer & investor, and the owner and operator of the CTPark network, has extended its activities and investments throughout Romania significantly over the past years. Current investments are valued at approx. EUR 250 million. CTP is currently constructing various A-class industrial properties in Bucharest and regional cities with the plan to grow the portfolio to 1 million m2 of lettable area by 2018. The most important projects for CTP are the business and logistics parks along the A1 motorway, but also the projects which CTP has launched in Sibiu and Cluj are of significant importance. Due to CTP’s acquisition spree in Romania during 2015, the company is currently the #1 industrial developer on the Romanian market.