Mr Dinko Lucić, President of the Management Board of Privredna Banka Zagreb (PBZ) which is a member of Intesa Sanpaolo Group, is the recipient of the prestigious CEO Today Magazine Europe Award for 2019 in Croatia for his outstanding contribution in representing Privredna Banka Zagreb.
Every year, CEO Today magazine selects and honours the most respected companies and their C-level executives in business today. The CEO Today Europe Awards celebrate the success, innovation and strategic vision of CEOs in Europe, across a number of sectors and industries and identify the most successful, innovative and forward-thinking company leaders.
Following the official announcement by the CEO Today Magazine Europe Awards 2019 about individual winners and representatives of companies, Mr Dinko Lucić, President of the Management Board of PBZ d.d. said: „I am exceptionally proud of this really special award which is a historical and permanent record of recognition and success of our entire PBZ Group team. One of my fundamental beliefs, which was affirmed during the many years of my managerial experience, is that people make a difference. I am proud of our team and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our employees for their contribution and all our clients for whom we are striving to be even better and ensure a full range of financial services at the top quality level for them.”
The CEO Today Europe Awards research team has recognised a number of Mr Lucić and PBZ’s achievements over the last 12 months. Dinko Lucić has been the President of the Management Board of Privredna banka Zagreb since February 2018. Mr. Lucić joined PBZ Group in early 2000. In addition to his numerous positions in PBZ and Intesa Sanpaolo Group, from 2007 to 2009 he was a member of the Management Board of the Slovakian VUB Bank, also a bank of Intesa Sanpaolo Group. Prior to his appointment as President, he had been a long-standing Member of the Management Board of PBZ since 2009, in charge of retail banking and coordination of PBZ Group companies in the retail segment and card business.
Dinko Lucić was born in 1971, he graduated from the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb. Also, he completed General Management program at the ZSEM and University of Michigan Business School, he holds several SAS CRM certificates and he gained the International Retail Banker certificate issued by The International Academy of Retail Banking. Mr Lucić is a guest lecturer at Zagreb and Rijeka Faculty of Economics and Business.