The Foreign Investors Association of Albania (FIAA) on February 26th held its Annual Assembly Meeting. In this meeting there were presented the main activities and the work program of the association along with the main challenges of its 2020 Agenda.
During this Meeting, the Assembly of Members elected the President of FIAA along with the new members to the Board of Directors that will lead the Association in the next two years.
The New Managing Board of FIAA consists of High Executives of important companies in the country:
Dr. Constantin von Alvensleben
CEO of Tirana International Airport, Newly elected President of FIAA
Mr. Elvin GURI
Investor at Telekom Albania, Newly Elected Board Member of FIAA
Mr. Bledar SHELLA
CEO of OTP Bank Albania, Newly Elected Board Member of FIAA
Mr. Rohan D’SOUZA
Country Manager of SHELL Companies in Albania, elected in 2019
Mrs. Stela DHAMI
Managing Partner of Colliers International in Albania, elected in 2019
Mr. Xingyun SUN
CEO of Bankers Petroleum Albania, elected in 2019
Mr. Perparim KALO
Managing Partner at Kalo & Associates, elected in 2019
The new Chairman of FIAA, Dr. Constantin von Alvensleben comes with a long experience in airports and aviation, but also in the property development industry. He became familiar with Albania and its business environment since his first position as CEO of TIA during 2005-2007, where he successfully managed the start-up phase of the only Airport in Albania. In September 2019, Mr. Constantin relocated to Albania to undertake a new challenge as CEO of Tirana International Airport SHPK, this time owned by the Chinese company ”China Everbright” which is based and listed in Hongkong.
During his word the New Chairman thanked the Members of FIAA for trusting and voting for him, and giving him the chance to lead an important association such as FIAA.
With 20 years presence in Albania, FIAA has been and continues to be an important partner for the Government of Albania in the development and economic integration of the country. The Association has consolidated a sustainable co-operation with local and international authorities in the country, positioning itself as part of the various consulting structures focusing on the business climate in the country and absorbing new investments. FIAA counts 80 member companies, among them large international corporations such as Shell, Statkraft, important international banks and experienced property, infrastructure and energy developing companies.