Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány has extended the mandates of most board members of the State Privatization and Holding Zrt (ÁPV) until the middle of the year and appointed two new members, Finance Ministry chief of staff Ferenc Pichler said on Wednesday.
The mandates of Gábor Csányi, Bálint Csikos, József Gölöncsér, Pál Jendrolovics, Péter Sinkovics and Zoltán Velez have been extended until June 30, 2007. The two new board members are Andrea Markó and Gyula Gaál.
In December, Gyurcsány appointed Pál Vásárhelyi chairman of the board, along with members Péter Ferenc Deák, who is the CEO of ÁPV, and Éva Egedi. Their mandates will also expire on June 30.
The government earlier planned to combine the activities of ÁPV and the Treasury Asset Management Directorate (KVI) by the end of 2006, but no such action took place.