Business leaders today must take bold actions to transform their organization with the support of new technologies, in light of the radically changing market dynamics.

George Poulopoulos

EY Greece Partner, Financial Services Sector Leader - Corporate Strategy and Transformation Architecture Services, EY-Parthenon

Innovative and energetic team player focusing on finding solutions for financial and strategic issues. Enjoys travelling, watching movies and playing football

George is a Partner of EY and EY's Financial Services Sector Leader in Greece, focusing on integrated solutions and finance transformation projects, through the use of new technologies. At the same time, he supports the EY-Parthenon team in Greece, providing corporate strategy  and transformation architecture services to CEOs and other business leaders, supporting them in the planning and implementation of the business transformation of their organizations.

He joined EY in 2021, with nearly three decades of professional experience, having held managerial positions in the financial sector, as well as in groups of companies active in the infrastructure, shipping and media sectors, with finance, IT systems, business planning, strategy, investor relations and procurement, as his main areas of responsibility.

George began his career in the banking sector in 1993, serving, among others, as CEO and Chairman of the Executive Committee of a systemic banking group, while, for many years, he also held the position of Senior General Manager and CFO of the same group. Prior to joining EY, he served as the CFO of a large Greek group of companies active in renewable energy sources, concessions, waste management, construction and real estate development.

He holds a BSc in Economics from the University of Athens and an MBA from Henley Management College (Brunel University) in London.

How is George building a better working world?

He supports business leaders in transforming their organization, with the help of new technologies, so that long-term value creation can move from ambition to action.

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