Lithuania Post’s new CEO “assumes duties”

Lithuania Post’s new CEO “assumes duties”

Asta Sungailienė has now assumed her duties as the new CEO of Lithuania Post.

In a statement sent to Post&Parcel today (23 February), Nerijus Datkūnas, the Chairman of Lithuania Post said: “We hope that the new CEO will implement the highest standards of transparency and corporate governance in the company. The most important tasks will be to evaluate and strengthen the competitiveness of the company’s strategic activities – information, deliveries and financial services – to improve their quality using the most advanced technologies and to provide our personnel with working conditions that are in line with today’s labour market.

“The Board has no doubt that the appointed CEO, Asta Sungailienė, has the experience, competence and skills necessary to address the strategic goals of the company, therefore we are confident to succeed in achieving them.”

The Lithuania Post statement said that one of the first tasks of the new CEO will be “to newly select and improve the company’s top management”.

Sungailienė has a strong background in the banking sector. She has worked at AB Vilniaus Bankas and UAB VB Rizikos kapitalo valdymas (now SEB Venture Capital), and has held various managerial positions at SEB Bank (managing the SEB Bank Private Banking and Operations Departments in Vilnius, and also heading the Reconciliation Unit for General and Static Data in Riga). In 2014-2016, she worked for the Private Equity Investment and Corporate Strategic Management Board of the Ad Ventum company.

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