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Erste Bank Hungary CEO to take over retail division from deputy

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Erste Bank Hungary chairman-CEO Radovan Jelasity will take over the bank’s retail division from deputy-CEO Imre Sztano, who is leaving his post on January 31, the lender told MTI on Tuesday.

Erste Bank Hungary became the country’s second-biggest retail bank while Mr Sztano was deputy-CEO, the bank said.

From February 1, Mr Jelasity will pass on the task of risk management to the bank’s new board member, Bernhard Spalt, thus finalising the makeup and size of the board.

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