The contract with the head of NAK Naftogaz-Ukraine Andriy Kobolev was extended for four years. The corresponding decision was made by the supervisory board of the company, as the Ukrainian News wrote, which has documents confirming the adoption of such a decision.
“To extend the term and term of the contract of the head of the Board of the Company A. Kobolev for four years, provided that the head of the board ensures that all decisions of the supervisory board are implemented in accordance with the requirements of his contract,” - the document says.
Further, the Cabinet of Ministers must confirm this with an appropriate decision, and only after that the contract with Kobolev can be signed
As we reported before, Naftogaz-Ukraine last week held consultations with investment banks and potential investors on the prospects for the group to enter an IPO (initial public offering), receiving positive feedback
“The success of this process will depend on the ability to demonstrate customer focus. In particular, creating value for the end consumer through amenities (digitalization) and consumption management (energy efficiency),” - Kobolev wrote.