UPC Romania's CEO Redeleanu to also lead UPC Hungary

Thursday 11 August 2016 | 10:37 CET | News
UPC Romania's CEO Robert Redeleanu was also appointed the head of UPC Hungary, effective from 1 September, writes local paper Ziarul Finaciar. Redeleanu replaces Magnus Ternjo who decided to leave Liberty Global after a career of 15 years with the group. Redeleanu will continue to be based in UPC Romania's headquarters in Romania's capital Bucharest. UPC Romania and UPC Hungary will continue to operate as separate entities.

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Companies: Liberty Global / UPC Hungary / UPC Romania
Countries: Hungary / Romania
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