Provopoulos George

Governor of the Bank of Greece (2008-2014), Chairman, Postbank (Bulgaria)

Provopoulos George

Governor of the Bank of Greece (2008-2014), Chairman, Postbank (Bulgaria)

Biography

Education

1977    Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Economics, Essex University, UK

PhD Dissertation: Incidence Effects of the Greek Fiscal Structure: Some Theoretical and Empirical Aspects.

1974    Master of Arts in Economics, Essex University, UK

1973    Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Department of Economics, University of Athens

 

Professional career

November 2015 –                                Chairman of the Board Eurobank Bulgaria AD

January 2016-                                     Vice Chairman Eurobank Private Bank Luxembourg SA

June 2008 – June 2014                      Governor, Bank of Greece – Member, Governing Council of the European Central Bank

October 2007 – May 2008                  Chairman of the Board of Piraeus Bank’s subsidiaries in Romania, Albania, Bulgaria, Serbia and Egypt

October 2006 – May 2008                  Vice Chairman & Managing Director, Piraeus Bank

March 2004 – August 2006                Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Emporiki Bank, The Bank was privatised and acquired by Credit Agricole.

January 1994 – March 2004              Economic Adviser, Alpha Bank

December 1993 – August 1997          General Manager, Foundation for Economic & Industrial Research (IOBE)

October 1990 – November 1993        Deputy Governor, Bank of Greece

July 1989 – December 1992               Member of the Council of Economic Experts, Ministry of Economy and Finance

July 1989 – November 1989              Chairman of the Council of Economic Experts,

April 1990 – October 1990                  Ministry of Economy and Finance

September 1989 – September 1990  Chairman of the Board of Directors, Centre for Planning and Economic Research (KEPE)

March 1979 – September 2007          Associate Professor, University of Athens, Department of Economics

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