Coaliția pentru Dezvoltarea României is a private, non-political initiative, gathering the most representative organizations for the business environment in Romania. It is constructed as a formal collaborative arrangement by its combined membership, all of which have good standing as organizations in Romania. (CDR Guiding Principles)

Goal

The Coalition’s main purpose is to provide a cohesive basis for consultation with the Government and other public institutions on topics that impact the business and economic climate in Romania. The Coalition has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Government.

Steering Committee

Ionuț Simion

President


Anca Damour

Vice-president


Letiția Pupăzeanu

Executive Director


AOAR


Florin Pogonaru

President


Ana Bobircă

Vice-president


Alexandru Dincovici

Executive Director


CNIPMMR


Florin Jianu

President


Confederatia Patronala Concordia


Steven van Groningen

President


Radu Burnete

Executive Director


FIC


Cristian Secoșan

President


Ramona Jurubiță

Vice-president


Doina Ciomag

Executive Director


CCIFER


François Coste

President


Adriana Record

Executive Director


AHK


Andreas Lier

President


Sebastian Metz

General Manager & Board Member


RBL


Dragoș Petrescu

President


Alina Burlacu

Executive Director


Membership

CDR is composed of 20 business associations and chambers of commerce.

Task forces

To achieve its objectives, CDR has set up working groups that are linked to the economic agenda and a wider, cross-Ministries agenda. These task forces are coordinated by leading experts in their field of activity, and task force members are delegated by participating organizations from the top management level.

Coordination

Standing

Adela Jansen

French Chamber of Commerce in Romania, CCIFER


Former

Dragoș Anastasiu

Romanian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, AHK


 July 1st  2021-January 1st 2022

Adela Jansen, Board Member of CCIFER

January 1st 2021-July 1st 2021

Dragoș Anastasiu, President of the AHK

Secretariat

Standing

Denisa Bratu, Public Affairs Responsible

CCIFER


Former

Maria Șerban, Consultant Advocacy Desk

AHK