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IMF sees Government organising tenders "on TV" to recruit private managers
10.05.2011, 23:46 | Finance-Banks | 515 views



The Government is set to conduct transparent international tenders based on the "TV model" to select consultancies that will handle the recruitment of independent professional managers for around 50 state-held companies selected together with the IMF, says Mihai Tănăsescu, representative of Romania to the international financial institution.

"Consultants will collect strong CVs for CEO or CFO positions, will analyse them based on the competences required for every company and will come up with shortlists of candidates that the government will be able to choose from," is the mechanism outlined by Tănăsescu.

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