Sava Re's GM of shareholders has elected three new members in the Supervisory Board

27 May 2021 — Daniela GHETU
Sava Re has announced the election by the general meeting of shareholders of three new members of the Supervisory Board, to replace the Mateja Lovsin Heric, Keith W. Morris and Andrej Kren, whose terms of office are due to expire on 16 July 2021.

Keith William Morris, Matej Gombosi and Klemen Babnik are the newly elected members of the Supervisory Board, for a four-year term of office, starting on 17 July 2021 and continuing until 17 July 2025.

Keith William Morris (born 1948) is a British citizen. He retired from full-time employment in 2010. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in management sciences, specializing in finance and marketing. For most of his career, he worked in finance. From 1989 until his retirement, he worked in chief executive roles, mostly in insurance and within large groups, such as the Eagle Star Group, American International Group (AIG), Allianz Group and RBS Insurance (Direct Line Group). From 2003 to 2008, he served as a non-executive director of Standard Life Bank and Standard Life Insurance Company, and he has also served in non-executive roles with six other small organizations. He has served on the Sava Re supervisory board since 2013. He is also the chair of the Sava Re supervisory board's risk committee, a member of its nominations and remuneration committee, and a member of its fit and proper committee. If he is elected by the general meeting, Keith William Morris will start his third consecutive term of office.

Matej Gombosi (born 1975) holds a PhD in computer and information science. In 2016, he joined the Financial Administration of the Republic of Slovenia as the head of IT development and maintenance. He started his carrier in 1998 as an IT assistant and senior IT researcher at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of the University of Maribor. His track record of executive positions also includes the position of deputy managing director of IT at Electro Slovenija d.o.o., where he was in charge of coordinating major multi-division projects. He also has leadership experience in local self-government and international experience with the Council of Europe. From 2011 to 2016, he served as chairman on the supervisory board of the Sinergija Development Agency. If he is elected by the general meeting, Matej Gombosi will start his first term of office.

Klemen Babnik (born 1983) is a university graduate lawyer. Since March 2020, he has been employed with the Slovenian Ministry of Infrastructure. He started his career in the judiciary and continued in state administration. He took a course in corporate governance at Harvard University in the United States. Since 2014, he has gained experience in various executive positions in state administration. Since 2020, he has served as the chairman of the supervisory board and a member of the audit committee of DRI, Investment Management, d.o.o. If he is elected by the general meeting, Klemen Babnik will start his first term of office.

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