Duda Melzer Opens Up About The Future Of The RBS Group
Appointed to the position of President of the RBS Group in January 2016, Duda Melzer has been keen to create a more open and information friendly environment at this historic media group that was founded in 1957. In a recent meeting with more than 20 journalists the new RBS President gave his views on his personal career path and the future he sees for both RBS and the media industry as a whole.
The initial questions delved into the issue of Duda Melzer’s professional career, which has been on a chosen path ever since his grandfather identified him as a possible leader of RBS in the future. Despite being the grandson of RBS founder Mauricio Sirotsky, Duda Melzer knew from an early age he was expected to create his own career without the aid of the assistance of his family members. Melzer went on to explain he was expected to study and work abroaad if he one day hoped to return to the family owned RBS Group; Duda Melzer attended Harvard University and worked in New York until the age of 30 when he took up his first position with RBS.
Melzer also decided to reveal his thoughts about the future of the RBS Group and explained he saw a bright future for the company under his leadership. A number of rumors have swirled around the RBS Group since Duda Melzer took control of the company, which included the sale of certain parts of the company; Melzer was keen to put these rumors to bed with news he was looking to create a larger cmpany without selling off the key assets of the RBS Group.