Mr. Senkovič is currently CEO and Head of Downstream at Slovnaft. Additionally, he represents the domestic oil companies in the BoD of the Slovakian Emergency Oil Stocks Agency.
Prior to these positions, between 2018 and July 2020 he was the Chief Financial Officer at Slovnaft. Between 2006 and 2008 he held position at the Chief Economist.
From 1997 to 2005 Mr. Senkovič held different positions in investment banking and was the member of the Supervisory Board in Istrobanka Slovakia.
Mr. Senkovič holds degree from University of Economics in Bratislava, Faculty of Commerce.
Carmakers and their suppliers were already facing significant pressure to meet stricter EU climate and environmental regulations. The technology enabling connected, shared, driverless, and electric vehicle is expected to completely transform personal mobility and with it the value-added in car production. The coronavirus pandemic has hit the industry with an unexpected cyclical downturn that is accelerating some longer-term structural trends like speedier manufacturing cycles, shorter planning horizons, reconfigured supply chains, and further digitalization of processes. How can European auto-makers ‘recover better’ and position themselves to be more competitive and resilient in the mobility system of tomorrow? What type of public-private partnerships are needed to catalyze alternative fuel infrastructure development and provide consumer confidence in new technologies? With CEE economies more vulnerable to the cyclical and structural decline of conventional personal vehicle sales, how can policymakers ensure the industry adapts and seizes upon new technologies? How might the European Green Deal help improve East-West parity in clean mobility technology adoption and innovation and form new supply chains?