Leadership of the National Statistical Institute of Bulgaria


Reneta Indjova was appointed President of the National Statistical Institute of Bulgaria as of 21 March 2012.

Born on 6 July 1953, Mrs. Indjova was the first lady Prime Minister of Bulgaria between 1994 -1995.  She graduated in economics from the University of Economics “Karl Marx” (now the University of National and World Economy, UNWE). Author of a dissertation on structural aspects and disequilibrium of Bulgarian economy in the period 1965-1985, she has lectured at the UNWE and the Technical University of Sofia.

Mrs. Indjova has been the economic adviser to the Grand National Assembly between 1990-1992. In 1992 she was head of “Bad Loans and Privatisation” at the United Bulgarian Bank. From 1992 to 1994 she was successively member and chair of the Supervisory Board, and executive director of the Privatisation Agency.

From 1997 to 2005 she worked in the USA. From 2008 to February 2011 she was the financial director at Tokuda Hospital, Sofia.

Her foreign language skills are in English, Russian, French and German.

Leadership of the NSI Bulgaria

NSI in Brief

Vision, goals and priorities of the National Statistical Institute of Bulgaria

Please have a look at our organisation chart (as of May 2011).

"Putting the user first — Sigma meets the former President of the Bulgarian National Statistical Institute" - Interview with Mariana Kotzeva on Sigma, the bulletin of European statistics, issue 3/2008, page 59.