See all members of the Bank’s Board of Directors.

Attica Bank’s Chairman, Ioannis Zographakis, has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Bank of Cyprus since September 2013. He has been Senior Independent Director since February 2019 and from May 2020 has been Chairman of the Risk Management Committee.
He has also been Chairman of the Ethics Committee since November 2019, a member of the Audit Committee and a member of the Technology Committee. From September 2013 to March 2021, he served as Chairman of the Audit Committee.
Ioannis Zographakis has considerable experience in the banking sector as a senior executive. He started his career in 1990 at Citibank in Greece as a Management Associate for Europe, Middle East and Africa region.
In 1996 he moved to the US as Director of Finance for CitiMortgage and in 1997 became Chief Financial Officer of Citigroup Consumer Finance, subsequently assuming the position of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for the Consumer Assets Division in the Americas. From 1998 to 2004 he worked at Student Loan Corporation, a subsidiary of Citigroup.
In 2005, he returned to Europe as Head of Consumer and Housing Credit for Citibank’s Europe, Middle East and Africa region, and Head of Retail Banking UK. In 2006, he took up the position of General Manager of Retail Banking at Citibank Greece, where he remained until 2011.
He has served on the Board of Directors of Student Loan Corporation in the US, Tiresias SA in Greece, Diners Club Greece and National Bank of Greece. Mr. Zographakis studied Civil Engineering (BSc) at Imperial College London and completed his postgraduate studies in Business Administration (MBA) at Carnegie Mellon University in the US.

Mr. Abraham-Minos Moses is a non-executive member Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Attica Bank, representative of the Financial Stability Fund.
He has extensive management experience in the Financial Services markets. He has served as CEO of Interamerican Group and National Insurance Company, General Manager of Retail Banking at National Bank and Commercial Bank, Chairman of the Board of Directors of PQH, the single bank clearing company and member of the Supervisory Board of the Hellenic Holding and Asset Management Company.
He is a founding member of the consulting company SYNERGON Partners and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the factoring company Flexfin. He is a licensed actuary and holds a degree in mathematics from the University of Athens and a Master of Actuarial Science from Heriot Watt University, UK.

Eleni Vrettou has over 20 years of international experience in banks in Greece and abroad, specializing in corporate and investment banking. 
Ms. Vrettou held the position of Senior General Manager, Chief of Corporate and Investment Banking at Piraeus Bank Group, having previously worked for 14 years at HSBC Bank Plc in Greece and the UK. Her most recent role at HSBC was as Managing Director and Head of Wholesale Banking Greece, and prior to that she was HSBC’s Head of Multinationals and Business Development for the CEE, CIS, Mediterranean and SubSaharan Africa regions. She also held the role of Chief Strategy and Investor Relations Officer at Lamda Development. 
She has significant experience in corporate transformation and NPL management, as well as in the systematic development of parallel work in investment and transaction banking and Development Programmes. Prior to HSBC, he worked for Greek and international Financial Institutions, in Athens and New York, in Credit and Risk Management and Investment Banking (M&A). 
Between 2019 and 2021, she served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Piraeus Factors S.A, Piraeus Leasing and Piraeus Leases, as well as a member of the Board of Directors of ETVA VIEPE. She is an independent non-executive member of the Board of Directors of Star Bulk Carriers Corp, as well as an independent non-executive member of the Board of Directors of MOTODYNAMIKI S.A. Ms. Vrettou holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Ms. Vasiliki Skoubas has over 30 years of experience in the Banking Industry and has significant experience in crisis management during periods of growth, recession and other variances in foreign banks in Greece. 
Ms Skouba was appointed as CFO in January 2023 at Attica Bank following her joining the Bank in April 2022 as Advisor to the CEO. She has worked at Citi for 25 years, holding for the last 7 years of her tenure, the position of CFO for the Group’s operations in Greece, and previously served as Chief of Staff, Consumer CFO and Consumer Cluster CFO for Egypt, UAE, Greece and Bahrain. 
In addition, she has been an Executive Director of the Bank since 2009. She also held the position of Board Member of Diners Club of Greece and of the Pension Investment Committee. During her seven-year tenure at HSBC, she served as CFO for the Greek branch and as Oversight Director for the Group’s French branches, while over the last year she worked as Project Director for the Group’s M&A team. Ms. Skouba holds a Bachelor in Accounting from Saint John’s University in New York and has gained professional training during her career at Citi and HSBC. 
She recently successfully completed the Corporate Governance Diploma for Non-Executive Directors from the Institute of Corporate Governance.

Mr. Efthymios Kyriakopoulos is a senior executive with international experience and expertise in banking, portfolio management, corporate transformation and risk management.
He has been elected as a member of the Board of Directors of EESYP (Hyperfund) and participates as Chairman of the Investment Committee, and has served as Chairman of the Risk Management Committee, member of the Audit Committee and member of the Nomination Committee. He also serves as an independent non-executive director of TBC bank PLC, a London-listed bank active in the emerging markets of Central Asia and a member of the FTSE 250; he is chairman of the risk management committee, a member of the audit committee and a member of the technology and data committee.


He was Executive General Manager and Group Chief Risk Officer at Piraeus Bank until 2020. Prior to that, he was Managing Director at investment bank Goldman Sachs. He has served on various boards in the financial, insurance, service and manufacturing sectors. In his career, he has been involved in private money market and real estate capital investments. He was a member of the founding team of Market Axess Inc. which is currently a NASDAQ-listed fintech firm and prior to that he worked at Deutsche Bank and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
He holds a MBA with distinction from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Cornell University.

Mr. Aimilios Giannopoulos has been a Managing Director of PwC London for 13 years and PwC Athens for 26 years and has extensive experience in senior management positions in the financial sector. 
During his tenure at PwC Greece from 1994 to 2021 he was: Head of Audit, founder and head of the M&A advisory services department (Deals Advisory), founder and head of the specialised NPL Advisory unit, as well as Head of Clients and Markets for the firm. 
He is also a Business Consultant and a member of the Boards of Directors of companies and organisations such as Quest Holdings, PQH (single liquidator of the 17 failed Greek banks), Fresh-Life UG, Campion School and St Catherine’s School. 
Mr. Giannopoulos was born in London where he completed his studies, is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales FCA, ICAEW, and a member of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic Club of Non-Executive Directors. 
His voluntary work is also significant, as he provided support and advice to Start ups on their financial and strategic planning through PwC’s Corporate Responsibility programme.

Ms. Charikleia Vardakari studied Economics at the University of Piraeus, specializing in Business Administration and holds an MBA in Finance from the École normale Supérieure in Paris. 
She has a long professional career in the broader financial sector. She started her professional career as a business consultant at Interaction S.A. on financial issues and feasibility studies for various sectors of the economy.
She was a senior executive in HSBC Bank (Corporate & Private Banking), as well as in major Greek systemic banks and their subsidiaries and contributed to the development of Factoring in Greece, as a senior executive in ABC FACTORS S.A. For the last 14 years, she has held the position of Managing Director in Piraeus Factoring S.A., as an Executive Member of the Board of Directors of the same company.
Since the beginning of 2020, Charikleia Vardakari has been a non-executive member of the Board of Directors and member of the Audit Committee of the Public Real Estate Company S.A. (ETAD S.A.)

Mr. Richard Lambiris has over 20 years of experience in banking and finance.
He is a member of the Board of Directors of Bank of Attica from June 2023 and a member of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee. Having initially worked at Rockwell Golde in the UK, he moved into corporate and investment banking (initially at EFG Telesis Finance and subsequently at HSBC Bank plc).
He held management positions covering a wide range of industries and products in the Greek, Cypriot and South East European markets. From 2017 to 2021, he served initially as CEO and then as Chairman of the Hellenic Privatisation Fund, where he worked methodically to streamline the organisation’s portfolio and completed a large number of very important privatisations.
He holds the position of Chairman of the Board of Directors of Athens International Airport SA. from September 2021. Mr. Labiris studied electronic engineering at the University of Sussex (BEng) and holds an MSc. in Project Management from the University of Birmingham. He also holds an MSc. in International Trade, Transport and Finance from City University (CASS), UK.

Marianna Politopoulou holds an MBA in Finance from The Wharton School – University of Pennsylvania and an MSc from the Department of Civil Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens. 
During her long professional career in Greece and abroad, particularly since 1994, she has held senior management and CEO positions in Honeywell Europe, EFG Eurobank, Inchcape Hellas Group, Credit Agricole Indosuez Luxembourg and the National Bank of Greece, among others. She served as President & CEO of NN Hellas and NN Hellas Agency 2016-2022. In January 2022, with the acquisition of Metlife’s operations in Greece, she was appointed President and CEO of both Metlife and Chairman of Metlife AEDAK. 
Her extensive and diverse tenure in senior management contributed to introducing best practices in internal and corporate governance and transforming the operating model and corporate culture. She designed and implemented the new strategy with significant improvements in profitability and growth, focusing on people-centricity, customer service, teamwork, employee engagement, diversity and inclusion, innovation, technology and digitalization.

Marianna Politopoulou is:
Vice President of the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement Greece.
General Secretary of the Board of Directors of The Wharton Club of Greece.
Vice-President of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic-Dutch Trade & Industry Association 2016-2022 and Honorary Member since 2023. 
Member of the Leadership Committee of the Hellenic American Chamber of Commerce.

She has also served as:
Elected member from 2019-2022 of the General Council, the highest advisory body, of the Association of Business and Industry.
Member of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the Hellenic Insurance Association 2016-2022 and Chairman of the Life and Pensions Committee 2022.

Christos Alexakis is an Associate Professor at the Department of Finance and Accounting at the Rennes School of Business in France and a Visiting Professor at the Cattolica University in Milan, Italy. 
He has taught at the Universities of York, Leeds, Bradford, the University of Athens, the University of Piraeus and the Open Universities of Greece and Cyprus. Mr. Alexakis has published numerous papers in prestigious journals and has published a number of books on finance (Behavioral Finance, Islamic Finance and Banking, Takaful – Islamic Insurance, among others).
In addition to his academic experience, Mr. Alexakis has significant professional experience as a CEO in companies in the financial sector. He has served as an advisor to the government on privatization issues to the Ministry of Development. In 2010-2011 he was CEO of Invest in Greece, the official investment promotion agency for Greece (Enterprise Greece today).
Between 2016 and 2020 Mr Alexakis was a member of the SMSG team of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA). He has been a member of the Selection Committee of the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund as a representative of the Bank of Greece since 2017. He has participated in the US IVLP professional program. He is a strong advocate of sustainable finance and ESG policies.

Ms Despina Doxaki is a lawyer with over 30 years of experience in international finance transactions. She specializes in all types of fundraising and lending, and in recent years she has been working on institutional issues of European institutions.
Her areas of expertise are banking, infrastructure and energy. She is currently serving her second term as a member of the Board of Directors and Committees at Public Power Corporation S.A. She has returned from London to Athens to take up the position of Chief Legal Counsel at the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund.
She has worked in Athens, London, New York and Brussels and is familiar with international working environments. During her career she has worked at Chadbourne – Norton, Rose – Fulbright, Shearman & Sterling, Milbank, McDermont Ellis (Stanbrook & Hooper), the European Commission, Alpha Bank AE, KPMG, Ellactor (CIS) and KG Law Firm. She holds a Master’s degree.

Mr. Theodoros Karakasis has many years of banking experience (48 years) in positions of responsibility in credit institutions in Greece and abroad. 
He started his career at the First National Bank of Chicago, where he worked for 17 years (1973-1990) in seven countries, including London, where he served as Vice President of the Bank during the years 1985-1990. He was a founding member of Eurobank Ergasias S.A. and for the years 1990-2012 he held the position of Deputy General Manager. 
Subsequently, in the years 2012-2022 he held various positions on the Boards of Directors and Board Committees of Eurobank subsidiaries in South-Eastern Europe, such as Eurobank Beograd in Serbia, Bancpost in Romania and Eurobank Bulgaria – Postbank in Bulgaria. Mr. Karakasis holds a degree in Economics from the University of Athens and is a graduate of First Chicago’s Credit and Finance Development School, and has attended Computer Programming and Analysis with DEC at Reading U.K. and with NCR at Rolling Meadows, Illinois, U.S.A.

He started his professional career at the National Bank of Greece in 2000, where he worked until 2013. 
He was then appointed Assistant General Manager of Business Planning & Business Planning at Piraeus Bank until 2016 and then served as Director of Financial Services in financial services companies (Credicom CF, Qualco). From April 2019 to June 2023, he joined National Bank of Greece as Assistant General Manager of Strategic Operations of the Group. 
He holds a Master’s degree in Finance (MSc Finance) from Queen Mary & Westfield University (University of London, 1997), UK and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics (1995) from the National and Kapodistrian University. He holds a CFA since 2004.

Christos Glavanis is an experienced executive with over 35 years in the consulting industry, who led EY as Managing Partner in Central and Southeastern Europe based in Greece and then in the private sector. 
Mr. Glavanis sits as a Non-Executive Director on Boards of Directors of prestigious companies and at EY he was responsible for several years for the firm’s Corporate Finance offering covering Western and South Eastern Europe. As part of EY and subsequently as Head of the Family Office, Mr. Glavanis had extensive involvement in numerous M&A transactions across a variety of sectors. 
His experience has also been covered as a reporting accountant on IPOs in Greece and NASDAQ listed companies, and he has also worked as a Chartered Accountant for leading Greek companies. He studied Economics at the University of Hull and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.