Hrvatski Telekom (Reuters: HT.ZA; Bloomberg: HTRA CZ), Croatia's leading telecommunications provider, announces that the Supervisory Board at its today’s session appointed Boris Drilo as Member of the Management Board and Chief Technical and Information Officer (CTIO) for another 3-year term of office, commencing from 1 January 2020 when his current mandate expires.
Boris Drilo joined HT in 2012, coming from Ericsson Group, where he had spent 12 years at project and managerial functions related to the development and application of telecommunications networks and new technologies. In 2017 he was appointed Management Board Member and Chief Technical and Information Officer. Prior to that he held the position of Sector Director in the CTIO area. He was also a Member of the Management Board in charge of technology and IT of Iskon Internet d.d., a company fully owned by HT, in the period from 2014 to 2016.
Kostas Nebis, President of the Management Board, stated: “It is my great pleasure to see Boris’ appointment for another term of office. He has achieved excellent results in building and modernizing HT’s networks and infrastructure so far, and I am convinced that, through our joint collaboration and continued investing in fiber and 5G, we will further accelerate the digital transformation of the company and of the Croatian economy, thereby connecting all Croatian citizens and companies through capabilities technology already has to offer today, all with the purpose of creating a World of Better Opportunities for our society.“
As of 1 January 2020, the Management Board shall consist of Konstantinos Nempis, President and covering also business customers, Daniel Daub, responsible for finance, Boris Drilo, responsible for technology and IT functions, Nataša Rapaić, responsible for residential customers, and Ivan Bartulović, responsible for human resources.