VEON promotes Evgeniy Nastradin to Beeline Kazakhstan CEO
Amsterdam, 17 January 2019 - VEON Ltd. (NASDAQ and Euronext Amsterdam: VEON), a leading global provider of connectivity and internet services, announces the promotion of Evgeniy Nastradin to CEO of Beeline Kazakhstan, effective from 1 February.
Evgeniy joined VEON in 2016 and was Chief Commercial Officer at Beeline Kazakhstan during a period of solid revenue growth and the launch of new digital services. Prior to joining VEON, Evgeniy was Deputy CEO of a leading consumer finance company in Russia.
Ursula Burns, VEON’s Chairman and CEO, commented: “Evgeniy brings impressive experience across different sectors to his role as CEO of Beeline Kazakhstan. The Beeline brand has a large and growing customer base in Kazakhstan and we are seeing early, positive signs that its mobile financial services are gaining traction. I wish Evgeniy every success as we look to build on our strong position in Kazakhstan.”
Evgeniy’s promotion to CEO of Beeline Kazakhstan follows the appointment of his predecessor Aleksandr Komarov as CEO of Kyivstar, VEON’s brand in Ukraine, last month.
VEON is a NASDAQ and Euronext Amsterdam-listed global provider of connectivity and internet services. For more information visit: http://www.veon.com
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