Dimana Vlaeva is the new APS Romania Country Manager

Bucharest, January 2020 – APS Romania announces that Dimana Vlaeva was appointed Country Manager. In this role, Dimana will establish new business directions and she will coordinate the Romanian branch operations. Dimana has accumulated a large experience in similar roles. The most recent positions occupied are iCredit Romania Country Manager and DCA Romania Country Manager. About her new position, Dimana Vlaeva says: ”I am extremely delighted to take this position and to continue achieving great results with the Romanian team. I strongly believe that APS is a real trendsetter with a unique business model for Romania and we intend to consolidate our position, as well as plan to continue our expansion on the local market, based upon the expertise of the team with remarkable experience in this field.”, Dimana said about the long-term vision of the company.

Dimana takes over the local business coordination from Robert Machidon, who was appointed APS Holding EEC Regional Manager. „With over 10 years of professional expertise at European level and a lot of success over time, Dimana brings to the table solid industry knowledge, as well as extensive leadership and strategy expertise, thus contributing to the APS Romanian growing plans.” stated Robert Machidon, the new APS Holding EEC Regional Manager.

APS Romania was founded in 2007 and it quickly became one of the most active investors and managers for performing and non-performing loans, as well as partner of the largest financial and non-financial companies in the country. The largest player in the region, APS Romania has made a major contribution to the European success of the APS Holding Group through its notable performance in managing alternative assets, real estate investments and recovering financial receivables.

APS Holding is an important financial group in the Eastern and Central Europe, headquartered in Prague, Czech Republic, with branches in Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Croatia, Cyprus, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Slovenia and Slovakia.