The Slovenia Times

Mansson No Longer Bad bank Director


The daily Dnevnik however reported on Thursday that Mansson, who has been the face of BAMC while as the company was being established, had claimed to be acting executive director after his term expired and that also kept the same salary.

Mansson said on 15 January that he would continue working at BAMC as the fourth executive director after the appointments of three new permanent directors, according to the paper. This is however not in line with the law on the bad bank, Dnevnik adds.

Moreover, the description of Mansson on BAMC's web page was changed from acting executive director to management board advisor only after Dnevnik inquired about his position last week.

The paper also believes Mansson continued to receive the same salary, even though he apparently did not have a work contract with BAMC after 9 January - BAMC told Dnevnik last week that they were still negotiating a new contract.

When BAMC released data on management pay on 17 January, Mansson was listed as one of the two executive directors, who receive EUR 9,800 gross monthly.

This is not the first time, Mansson has found himself under attack. The media recently revealed a conflict of interest in BAMC's deals with consultancy Quartz+Co - a EUR 2.52m contract - in which he is a partner. This is now being investigated by the Corruption Prevention Commission.


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