George Mylonogiannis was born in Athens in 1963. He studied both Economics (BSc) and Law (LLB) at the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens.
He has worked as a plenipotentiary attorney at law of major international companies before the Greek courts. He has worked as advisor to the Prime Minister in the period 1991-1993 and Legal Advisor to the Prime Minister in the period 2019-2021. His practice focuses on Commercial law, tax law, EU law, public contracts and arbitration. Some of his recent highlights of his work include working as an advisor as well as legal counsel for: OTE, Airbus Group, Airbus Hellas SA and Athens Gas Corporation (EDA SA).
He is founding partner of the law firm Fortsakis, Diakopoulos, Mylonogiannis & Associates (FDMA Law Firm) since 2001.
Mr. Aristides Xenofos has more than 25 years of professional experience in fund management markets and financial sector, having served as top executive in a number of Asset Management Companies in Greece and Central & SE Europe and in entities of Institutional nature, as well as an executive member in numerous committees in top private Greek Banks in Greece and abroad.
In particular, he served as Deputy General Manager at Alpha Asset MFMC (Greece), CEO at Eurobank Asset MFMC (Greece), Chairman at Eurobank FMC (Luxembourg) SA, Chairman at EFG Eurobank MFMC SAI SA (Romania) and CEO at HFSF, contributing decisively in the development of institutional asset management in respective markets and enhancing trust in the banking sector.
Mr. Xenofos has also served as Chairman at the Hellenic Fund and Asset Management Association (HFAMA) and member of the Board at Directors of Athens Stock Exchange.
Mr. Xenofos holds Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Economics with Honors from Athens University of Economics and a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Economics from London School of Economics and Political Science.
Mr. Efthymios Bouloutas has a long experience in the Banking sector, in Asset Management and in Holding Companies, whilst he has also handled the restructuring of major companies in the Food, Airline, Health, Shipping and Real Estate industries.
Mr. E. Bouloutas has served as a Partner at Grant Thornton Greece, CEO at Marfin Investment Group (MIG), CEO at Marfin Popular Bank, General Manager at Eurobank responsible for the wealth management business, CEO at Eurobank Asset Management and CEO at Ionian Mutual Funds. He has also served as Chairman and member of the BoD in numerous companies such as Vivartia, Olympic Airlines, EFG Bank Luxemburg & EFG Private Bank.
Mr. E. Bouloutas holds a Ph.D. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a M.Sc. from Stanford University and an Engineering Degree from National Technical University of Athens.
Konstantinos Toumpouros was born in 1978. He studied Civil Engineering (BSc and MSc) with specialization in Hydraulics Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens and works as civil engineer since then. He has worked, among others, as Vice President and Board member of Ergonomia SA and as President and CEO of Ergometria SA. He is currently President and CEO of the construction and property management company Temco SA.
Athina Chatzipetrou holds a BSc in Business Administration from the Athens University of Economics and Business. She also holds a MSc in Operational Research from the University of Athens and a MA in Heritage Management from the University of Kent. She has worked, among others, as a regional finance manager at Coca-Cola Hellas, as a Finance director at Beiersdorf Hellas, and as Group CFO of Toyota Hellas S.A. Also, as a Finance advisor at the Ministry of Development and Competitiveness, as a Resident advisor at the Netherlands enterprise agency (RVO) and in the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), as a President of the BoD and CEO of the Archaeological Resources Fund. She currently works as a President of the BoD and CEO of the Hellenic Development Bank SA.
Ioanna Dretta is the CEO of Marketing Greece, a company of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) aiming to promote Greece.
During her 20-year career, she has held senior positions in the private and public sector in different areas of economic activity, and has a proven track record in creating impact in complex environment. Since 2012, she has been serving Greek tourism.
She holds a degree in Civil Engineering from NTUA, and postgraduate degrees in Imperial College London (MSc) and Harvard Kennedy School (Master in Public Administration).
Dr. Evgenia (Jenny) Leivadarou
Dr Leivadarou is an engineer for new technologies and innovation.
She has more than 15 years of experience in development projects, natural resources management and in the strategic planning for investments focused in the energy transition. She has worked in European and World Bank projects, in collaboration with international organizations such as the United Nations and Groups of companies such as Hellenic Petroleum.
Her major is a MEng in civil engineering and she holds a MSc in water resources management, both from National Technical University of Athens. During the course of her career, she moved to the United Kingdom where she obtained an MPhil in economics of infrastructures and a PhD from the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, both from the University of Cambridge. Through her research in patents for green technologies, she had the privilege to work with exceptional academics, in a broad range of research projects.
Panagiotis O. Kyriakopoulos
Mr. Kyriakopoulos holds a degree in Naval Mechanical Engineering from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. A postgraduate degree (M.Sc.) in Shipbuilding and Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), USA
and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the Imperial College of
Mr. Panos Kyriakopoulos since July 2002 is the Chairman and C.E.O. of Star Investment S.A. a group of companies with investments in the sectors of Mass Media and Technology.
At the same time, he is a member of the Board of Directors of the U.S.A. listed Shipping Companies Euroseas Ltd and Eurodry Ltd, President of the Union of Private Television Stations of National Range [EITHΣEE], member of the Board of Directors of Quest
Group and member of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises
Georgios E. Triantafyllou
Mr. Georgios Triantafyllou is leading Motor Oil Group’s Strategy team including the Corporate Development, Mergers and Acquisitions and Corporate Planning departments.
Key areas of focus include strategy formulation, development of the corporate vision, execution of strategic initiatives and development of areas of future growth such as Alternative and Renewable Fuels and Circular Economy.
Georgios I. Prousanides
Mr Georgios Prousanides holds a Bachelor Degree from the Athens University – Law School
and L.L.M. (Corporate Law) from Columbia Law School New York.
Mr Georgios Prousanides is Legal Advisor of the Group Motor Oil (Hellas Corinth Refineries SA) since 2001.
With a career of more than 25 years, Odysseas Christoforou is a highly experienced executive, with a tenure in senior management roles, at important Greek and multinational companies, which operate in the sectors of games of chance, banking, financial and consulting services.
He has served, inter alia, as General Manager at the Bank of Greece (2009-2014), Group Chief Communications Officer at Bank of Cyprus (2006-2008), Chief Marketing and Communications Officer at Emporiki Bank (2004-2006) and Chief Sales and Communications Officer at Ernst & Young SE Europe (2002-2004).
Since 2014, he is part of the top management team of OPAP, the largest gaming group in Greece and one of the most renowned in its sector internationally, having an active role in strategy development and the management of critical business activities.
In June 2019, he was appointed Deputy CEO at OPAP and he also serves as Chairman of the Compliance Committee of the company. As part of his duties, he is responsible for the company’s activities in the fields of Corporate Affairs, Regulatory Affairs, Corporate and Marketing Communication, Public Relations, Sponsorships and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Moreover, as a member of OPAP’s leadership, he participates in the Board of Directors (BoD) of group subsidiaries. The BoDs have the overall responsibility for outlining company strategies and growth policies, as well as overseeing the companies’ administration. Specifically, he serves as:
Mr. Christoforou is a graduate of the Department of Social Work of the University of West Attica and holds a master’s degree in Public Relations and Communications from the Ulster University (N. Ireland).