/21.05.2014/ Mongolia’s one and only member based executive club CEO Club announced Tumentsogt Tsevegmid, Executive Director of General Electric in Mongolia, as the club’s fifth President.
Tumentsogt.Ts, who has been representing GE in Mongolia since 2011, has a rich background in developing strategies and shaping the regulatory environment for the infrastructure and energy sector in Mongolia. He receives the post from Amarsaikhan Sainbuyan, Chairman and CEO of Oyuny Undra Group, in accordance with the club’s rule to appoint a lead in every two years.
“I am honored to take over the role of President of CEO Club of Mongolia, which already has strong reputation of being a leading voice of business community in Mongolia” said Tumentsogt Tsvegmid before moving on to say “I believe the club can continue to make a difference in improving business environment in Mongolia by working together with business advocacy groups, professional associations, Government and the international community.”
CEO Club in its seventh year of operation, represents 20 of the best breed of Mongolian executives, however with a new President in place, the club will expand its membership under the newly coined C30 membership program, and will step up its participation and endorsement activities geared towards building investor confidence to stimulate domestic investment activities.
For further information relating to this announcement and the club, please contact Gerel Orgil via 88779173, email@example.com and Sainbayar Beejin, Executive Coordinator for CEO Club on 89112028, Sainbayar@ceoclub.mn
About CEO Club
CEO Club was established in 2007 under Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MNCCI) as a network platform for the most senior executives in Mongolia.
In the past the club has actively sought to influence the positive changes and modifications to the business environment as a whole, and to this day, the members of the club still stands for that mission.
СЕО Club is well acknowledged for establishing Mongolian Economic Forum as the single most important platform for maintaining a dialogue between the private sector and the government.