The state in the person of NAK "Energy Company of Ukraine" and the private investor in the person of DTEK once again showed ability to constructive decisions.
It was declared by the director general of DTEK Maxim Timchenko, making comments on results of the first meeting of the updated structure of the supervisory board of JSC Dneproenergo which took place on April 28, 2009.
As reported Liga.Net in a press - service DTEK, Timchenko reported that at meeting of the supervisory board the organizational structure of JSC Dneproenergo was approved, the chairman of the supervisory board, his deputy and the secretary are elected. Besides, the interaction regulations between the supervisory board and board of joint-stock company are defined.
According to Timchenko, today "Dneproenergo" is the only example successful is state - private partnership where there is a coordinated position on corporate governance the enterprise.
"Representatives of DTEK in the supervisory board of JSC Dneproenergo voted for that the representative of NAK "EKU" was elected its chairman. Thus, in DTEK agreed that the leading role in business management has to play the state", - M. Timchenko noted. According to him, thanks to it the state will be able fully to control work of board which is completely accountable to the supervisory board.
Timchenko accented that DTEK as the strategic investor intends to create the stable environment for financial investments into the enterprise and its normal development.
"For this purpose, besides the investment program, DTEK as socially responsible company I intend to realize projects of development of the social sphere of JSC Dneproenergo, - he noted.
"In DTEK the system of social partnership works, the ideology and which practical algorithms are described in the Declaration concluded between the company, its manufacturing enterprises and local governments of regions and territories of our presence. Soon this system of social partnership will be extended to the cities and areas where Dneproenergo manufacturing enterprises work, - Timchenko noted.