Angela Sax, Head of Moldova at the EBRD, is named Person of the Year by VIP Magazine in the management category


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Person of the Year accolade for EBRD Head of Moldova

Person of the Year accolade for EBRD Head of Moldova

 March 19, 2020

EBRD's Head of Moldova, Angela Sax, has been voted by VIP Magazine as Person of The Year in the management category.

Angela initially joined the EBRD Resident Office in Armenia where she worked on a variety of projects in municipal infrastructure, property, manufacturing, agriculture and other industries. One of the projects Angela worked on as a senior banker was the EBRD investment in the modernisation of Yerevan’s metro. She also served as the acting head of the bank’s representation in Armenia.

Angela graduated from Yerevan State Foreign Language University and holds an MBA from Nottingham University Business School. She was a participant of the Senior Executive Fellows leadership programme at Harvard University KSG. Prior to joining the EBRD, Angela worked at the Armenian Tourism Development Agency and the US-based private sector development company Sibley International Corporation.

Angela Sax EBRD

Surprised and honoured to be nominated

"[I was] pleasantly surprised and honoured to have been nominated for such a privilege and proud of team’s impactful delivery in Moldova," said Angela.

"[I am] so very proud of ⁦Angela Sax, head of (my native) Moldova, voted by VIP Magazine as Person of The Year in the management category. Angela’s team delivered excellent results last year: €111m impactful financing for Moldovan economy," commented Olga Rosca, EBRD spokesperson for Turkey, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Moldova.

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