Ad-hoc report - Changes in the Supervisory Board
In compliance with Law no. 24/2017 on issuers of financial instruments and market operations and National Securities Commission Regulation no. 1/2006 on issuers and operations with securities
Date of report: October 27, 2017
Name of issuer: OMV Petrom S.A.
Headquarters: Bucharest, 22 Coralilor Street, District 1, ("Petrom City")
Telephone/fax number: 0372 160697/0372 868518
Sole registration number at the Trade Register Office: 1590082
Fiscal attribute: RO
Trade Register Number: J 40/8302/1997
Share capital: 5,664,410,833.5 RON
Regulated market on which the issued shares are traded: Bucharest Stock Exchange and London Stock Exchange
Significant event to be reported:
Changes in the Supervisory Board
OMV Petrom S.A. (OMV Petrom) announces the appointment of Sevil Shhaideh as interim member of the Supervisory Board of OMV Petrom, as well as member of the Audit Committee and member of the Presidential and Nomination Committee of OMV Petrom, following Mihai Busuioc’s waiver of his mandate in the above mentioned positions.
In accordance with article 1537 paragraph (1) of the Romanian company law no. 31/1990 and with art. 17.4 of OMV Petrom S.A.’s Articles of Association, Sevil Shhaideh was appointed as interim member of the Supervisory Board, member of the Audit Committee and member of the Presidential and Nomination Committee of OMV Petrom, starting with the date of the approval of her appointment by the Supervisory Board, namely 26 October 2017, and until the next General Meeting of Shareholders.
Sevil Shhaideh graduated the Faculty of Economic Planning and Cybernetics within the Academy of Economic Sciences from Bucharest and earned a master’s degree in the Management of Business Projects from Ovidius University, Constanta. Moreover, she is specialized in various fields such as project management, expert in public administration and auditor in quality management and financial audit. Sevil Shhaideh has 20 years of experience as public servant within local public administration. Starting with 2012 she held various positions within the Romanian Government, such as State Secretary and Minister within the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration and Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Regional Development, Public Administration and European Funds, having as main responsibilities regional development, European projects management and public administration activities.
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