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Renewal of the Board of Directors

Renewal of the Board of Directors

  •  Date: 27 May 2013
At its annual meeting which was held on 14 May 2013 in Brussels, the Board of Governors approved, with effect from 15 May 2013, the following appointments to the Board of Directors:

Full members:

  1. Thomas Westphal, new appointment proposed by Germany;
  2. Sandrine Gaudin, reappointment proposed by France;
  3. Carlo Monticelli, reappointment proposed by Italy;
  4. Peter S. Curwen, reappointment proposed by the United Kingdom;
  5. Clara Crespo, reappointment proposed by Spain;
  6. Pedro Machado, reappointment proposed by Portugal;
  7. Franciscus Godts, new appointment proposed by Belgium;
  8. Arsène Jacoby, reappointment proposed by Luxembourg;
  9. Jan Willem van den Wall Bake, reappointment proposed by the Netherlands;
  10. Julie Sonne, reappointment proposed by Denmark;
  11. Konstantin Andreopoulos, new appointment proposed by Greece;
  12. John Moran, new appointment proposed by Ireland;
  13. Claudiu Doltu, reappointment proposed by Romania;
  14. Ivar Sikk, reappointment proposed by Estonia;
  15. Sanita Bajāre, reappointment proposed by Latvia;
  16. Miglė Tuskienė, new appointment proposed by Lithuania;
  17. Wolfgang Nitsche, reappointment proposed by Austria;
  18. Kristina Sarjo, new appointment proposed by Finland;
  19. Anna Brandt, new appointment proposed by Sweden;
  20. Karina Karaivanova, new appointment proposed by Bulgaria;
  21. Jan Gregor, new appointment proposed by the Czech Republic;
  22. Kyriacos Kakouris, reappointment proposed by Cyprus;
  23. Zoltán Urbán, reappointment proposed by Hungary;
  24. Vacant position pending Malta's proposal;
  25. Jacek Dominik, reappointment proposed by Poland;
  26. Vacant position pending Slovenia's proposal;
  27. Katarína Kaszasová, reappointment proposed by Slovakia;
  28. Gerassimos Thomas, reappointment proposed by the European Commission.

Alternate members

  1. Ralph Müller, reappointment proposed by Germany;
  2. Rudolf Lepers, reappointment proposed by Germany;
  3. Alice Terracol, new appointment proposed by France;
  4. Dov Zerah, reappointment proposed by France;
  5. Flavio Padrini, new appointment proposed by Italy;
  6. Vacant position pending Italy's proposal;
  7. Mike Glycopantis, reappointment proposed by the United Kingdom;
  8. Melinda Simmons, reappointment proposed by the United Kingdom;
  9. Lucinio Muñoz, reappointment proposed by common accord between Spain and Portugal;
  10. Vacant position pending proposal by common accord between Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands;
  11. Alf Therkildsen, reappointment proposed by Denmark, Greece, Ireland and Romania;
  12. Achilleas Tzimas, reappointment proposed by Denmark, Greece, Ireland and Romania;
  13. Karin Rysavy, reappointment proposed by Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Austria, Finland and Sweden;
  14. Dovilė Jasaitienė, reappointment proposed by Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Austria, Finland and Sweden;
  15. Piotr Krasnicki, reappointment proposed by Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia;
  16. Robert Auxt, new appointment proposed by Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia;
  17. Vacant position pending proposal by common accord between Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia;
  18. Walter Deffaa, reappointment proposed by the European Commission.

The term of office of the Board of Directors will expire in 2018 at the end of the day either of the Annual Meeting or of the approval of the financial statements for the 2017 financial year, whichever is the later.


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