People

Radu Florescu

Radu was educated in the US at Boston College, School of Business earning a BSC in Science, Marketing and Finance. Since returning to Romania he has, over the past 24 years built one of the country's leading communications groups, first as CEO of Centrade Saatchi & Saatchi and, since 2016, as CEO of Centrade Cheil. As CEO, Radu is responsible for coordinating the group's operations across SEE, comprising 11 different markets.
His other business appointments have included being a Supervisory Board member of Fondul Proprietatea and President of the Board of Administrators of Tarom.
Radu has also been very involved in the advertising and communications industry professional bodies, including the IAA Romania and founding the Romanian Association of Advertising Agencies. In addition, he is currently a member of the European Board of the European Association of Communication Agencies.
His charitable and other activities have included being President of the Board (Romania) of United Way, Vice President and Board member of AmCham Romania and he continues to be the Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Romanian-American School of Business.

Stephen Nash

Stephen Nash was educated at Cambridge and Oxford universities and the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. He worked for the British Council in Iraq, and for the rest of his career served in HM Diplomatic Service.
After nine years in Latin America, he was seconded to the South East Asian Treaty Organization in Bangkok, and subsequently served as Ambassador to Georgia, Albania and Latvia. He has taken part in numerous election observation missions in Europe, the United States and South and Central America under the auspices of the EU and OSCE, heading the OSCE missions to Romania and Serbia.
Since retiring from the diplomatic service Stephen has worked in the private sector focusing on Central Asia, the South Caucasus, Europe and the former Soviet Union. He is the currently Chairman of the Anglo-Albanian Association. He was awarded the CMG in 2000.

Sinisa Nikolic

Sinisa Nikolić graduated from the Faculty of Law and passed his bar exam in Belgrade. In 1989, he established his own law firm becoming the youngest attorney at law in former Yugoslavia.
Throughout his professional career, he held a number of high-ranking positions including chief of cabinet of the Mayor of Belgrade and chief of cabinet of the President of the Democratic Party, Dr. Zoran Đinđić. He was special adviser to the Prime Minister for real estate development, as well as general director of the Belgrade Land Development Public Agency. Subsequently he became deputy president of the Management Board of Agency for Reconstruction of Serbia and then President of the Management Board of University Clinic "Dr Dragiša Mišović".