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Marko Bolanča Appointed to Addiko Bank’s Executive Board by ECB and Croatian National Bank

Marko Bolanča has been appointed as a new member of the Executive Board of Addiko Bank, following confirmation by the European Central Bank and the Croatian National Bank

The European Central Bank (ECB) and the Croatian National Bank (HNB) have confirmed Marko Bolanča as the new Executive Board member of Addiko Bank d.d. In this elevated role, Bolanča will oversee key operational areas including information technology, financial controlling, accounting, reporting, asset and procurement management, as well as transaction banking and the group’s operational activities.

Bolanča, stepping up from his previous role as the Executive Director of Treasury and Financial Controlling, brings extensive experience in managing the bank’s liquidity, market risk protection, securities portfolio management, and financial planning and reporting processes. This internal promotion reflects Addiko Bank’s commitment to nurturing top-tier professionals capable of ascending to its highest managerial echelons.

Ivan Jandrić, the outgoing board member, is stepping down for personal reasons. Bolanča, acknowledging his two decades of witnessing and contributing to the bank’s evolution amidst market shifts, technological advancements, and changing client demographics, anticipates that artificial intelligence will play a significant role in shaping both operational processes and customer experiences.

Under the leadership of President Mario Žižek, Addiko Bank’s board, including Bolanča, Žižek, and Ana Dorić Škeva, will continue to spearhead unconventional and innovative banking solutions. Žižek praised the internal promotion as a testament to the quality and capability of Addiko’s team, signifying Bolanča’s valuable contribution to the board’s collective expertise and the bank’s strategic direction.

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