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Profile updated: 21.11.2019
 Ion Chicu 
 politician 
Date of Birth: 28.02.1972
Place of Birth: Pirjolteni village, Calarasi district
Citizenship: Republic of Moldova
Ion Chicu had completed his higher education at the Moldovan Academy of Economic Studies and worked there as a lecturer after graduation. In 1994 he takes jobs in the private sector too: first as a department chief and later as the executive director of Moldacom SA.

In 2005, during the Communists Party rule, Mr. Chicu took over as head of the Structural Reforms Department in the Ministry of Economy and Commerce; there he met Igor Dodon who served as a deputy minister. Some time later he held the post of adviser to then Deputy Premier Zinaida Grecianii, and four months later Mr. Cucu landed in the seat of deputy minister of finance. He returned to Zinaida Grecianii in 2008, when the latter was named prime minister. Mr. Chicu served her as an adviser on economics and foreign policy until September 2009, the time the Communists got swept from power.

The next eight years Ion Chicu worked as a consultant in public finance management in various projects implemented by the Ministry of Finance, the World Bank Office, and the economic consultancy ECORYS.
He returned to the Ministry of Finance as a secretary-general in early 2018, on a ticket from the Democratic Party (PDM), and by the end of the same year he got promoted to the post of minister of Finance. When PDM concedes to relax its grip on power in June 2019, and the Socialists ally with the opposition bloc ACUM, Ion Chicu quit the post.

President Igor Dodon didn't leave him jobless for long - soon Mr. Chicu joined the head of state as his adviser. Three months later the Socialists sacked the government dominated by their ally and Mr. Dodon fielded his adviser to the office of Prime Minister; Ion Chicu wins the confidence vote from the same Socialist and Democratic MPs who dumped the cabinet of Maia Sandu.
   Political Affiliation 
   Private Function 
   Public Function 
   Career 
11.2019
Government
prime minister
07.2019
The Presidency of the Republic of Moldova
11.2019
presidential adviser in the field of public finances
12.2018
The Ministry of Finance
06.2019
minister
01.2018
The Ministry of Finance
12.2018
general secretary of state
10.2015
12.2017
member, chairman of the Board of Strategic Development
04.2008
Government
09.2009
adviser to the prime minister on economic issues and external relations
03.2006
The Ministry of Finance
04.2008
deputy minister
11.2005
Government
03.2006
advisor to the first deputy prime minister
06.2005
Ministry of Economy and Commerce
11.2005
head of the General Directorate for structural reforms
07.1994
Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova
06.1996
lecturer, Micro and Macroeconomics Department
02.2007
Council of Europe Development Bank
09.2009
member of the Board of Directors
12.1994
Moldacom SA
06.2005
head of department, executive director
03.1998
The Reform Party
03.1998
candidate on the national list for parliamentary elections
   Income 
2018
Total: 426.927,00 MDL
2017
Total: 127.205,00 MDL
59.234,00 USD
   Real Estate 
2015
Villa
Value: 776.690,00 MDL
Area: 77,9 mp
Ownership: 100%
2013
Agricultural land
Value: 88.147,00 MDL
Area: 0,064 ha
Ownership: 100%
2012
Agricultural land
Value: 45.450,00 MDL
Area: 0,033 ha
Ownership: 100%
1994
Agricultural land
Value: 125.000,00 MDL
Area: 0,15 ha
Ownership: 100%
   Mobile Assets 
2015
Car
Suzuki Vitara
Value: 200.000,00 MDL
2012 - 2018
Car
Hyundai Santa Fe
Value: 150.000,00 MDL
Company
Adamin SRL
Value: 1.350,00 MDL
   Loans (Given) 
2018 - 2022
  Ion Chicu
(11%)
54.000,00 MDL
Moldindconbank  
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co-founder (25%)