Annual report 2012

Management Board

Work of the Management Board

The Management Board of Telekom Slovenije makes decisions that are in line with the Company's strategic objectives and in the interest of shareholders. It manages transactions and represents the Company independently, and is liable for its own actions in that regard. The Management Board met and made decisions at 53 regular and 17 correspondence sessions. In accordance with the strategic business plan for the period 2012 to 2016, the focus of the Management Board’s work was on business process re-engineering, cost optimisation, activities to strengthen sales and the development of new services and networks at Group companies.    

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Composition of the Management Board

Telekom Slovenije, d. d., is managed by a five-member Management Board:

1. Rudolf Skobe, MSc (President)

  • holds a master’s degree in management and organisation, and a university degree in electrical engineering;
  • employed by Telekom Slovenije and Group companies since receiving his bachelor’s degree in 1996. Worked as Director of the Sales and Marketing Sector since 2004, then served as Managing Director of SiOL and its successor, TSmedia;
  • began his term of office on 1 September 2012.

2. Zoran Vehovar, MSc (Vice-President)

  • holds a master’s degree and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering;
  • spent 14 years at Mobitel, managing various organisational units in the area of mobile communications;
  • is a frequent speaker at professional meetings and conferences in Slovenia and abroad;
  • began his term of office on 1 May 2010.

3. Zoran Janko (member)

  • holds a bachelor’s degree in economics;
  • was head of finance, accounting and controlling at Mobitel from 1996. Assumed the position of Mobitel’s Chief Executive Officer in March 2010, and upon the merger of Telekom Slovenije and Mobitel became the head of the procurement and logistics sector;
  • began his term of office on 27 October 2011.

4. Mateja Božič, MSc (member)

  • holds a master’s degree in management and organisation, and a university degree in construction engineering;
  • served in several positions of responsibility and management positions at Petrol, Kapitalska družba pokojninskega in invalidskega zavarovanja and Zavarovalnica Triglav;
  • began her term of office on 1 January 2013.

5. Darja Senica (member and Workers Director)

  • holds a bachelor’s degree in economics;
  • worked in the areas of finance and marketing at Telekom’s business unit in Celje. At Telekom Slovenije, she has participated in various projects, including the restructuring and reorganisation project, and in projects related to the wage system and collective agreement;
  • was president of the Works Council and a member of Telekom Slovenije's Supervisory Board;
  • began her term of office on 8 April 2010.

Members of the Management Board are appointed for a term of four years, beginning on the day they are appointed. 

Telekom Slovenije’s Management Board was headed by Ivica Kranjčević until 31 August 2012. Mr Kranjčević retired effective 1 September 2012. The Supervisory Board appointed Rudolf Skobe, MSc President of the Management Board in July 2012. Mr Skobe assumed his position at the head of the Company on 1 September 2012.

In December the Supervisory Board discussed and approved Marko Boštjančič’s proposal for his mutually agreed dismissal from his position as member of the Management Board, effective 31 December 2012. Mr Boštjančič assumed new responsibilities at the Company. At its meeting of 28 December 2012, the Supervisory Board appointed Mateja Božič, MSc as member of the Management Board. Her term of office began on 1 January 2013. 

A more comprehensive presentation of members of the Management Board is published here.


Remuneration of the management board

The composition and amount of earnings of the Management Board are set out in members’ employment contracts and are in line with the Act Governing the Earnings of Management Staff at Companies Under the Majority Ownership of the Republic of Slovenia and Self-Governing Local Communities (ZPPOGD). The conditions for profit sharing by the Management Board are governed by the Company’s Articles of Association. The earnings of the Management Board in 2012 are presented in the Financial Report.