Identifying opportunity through challenge is the key to growing in an ever-changing environment.

Panos Papazoglou

Country Managing Partner of EY Greece

Passionate about leading clients and EY people through the Transformative Age. Avid reader. Enjoys spending time with his son.

Panos is the Managing Partner of EY in Greece, since July 2010. Effective January 2011, he also became EY’s Central and Southeast Europe (CSE) South Cluster Leader. 

He has served as Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe & Central Asia (CESA) Accounts Leader  from July 2018 to December 2020. He has also served as Country Managing Partner and Head of Assurance in Bulgaria for three years, as well as Head of Assurance in Romania for two years.

Panos joined EY in 1988, whilst he is a Qualified Accountant in Greece. He has extensive exposure to the international business environment, having managed diverse, cross-cultural teams, in various sizeable assurance and consulting projects, in Greece and abroad. His technical experience is a combination of engagements across a wide range of services, including financial audits, privatizations, initial public offerings and transactions.

He holds a Bachelor’s and a Master’s Degree (Economic Theory and Policy) from the Athens University of Economics and Business, as well as an MBA from Aston University, in Birmingham, England.

Panos is member of the Supervisory Council of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Greece. Additionally, he is a member of the BoD of the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, member of the BoD of the Institute of Economic and Industrial Research, and also member of the CEO Clubs and Endeavor.

He is married and father of a son. In his free time, he enjoys supporting start-ups, reading, excursions and spending time with his family.

How is Panos building a better working world?

At EY in Greece, we work together with businesses to help them overcome current and future challenges. Attracting investments, digitally transforming the economy, adopting proper corporate governance practices, and moving to a green business model, are some of the essential prerequisites for Greece to return to high and sustainable growth rates. With a vision of restarting the Greek economy on new, solid foundations for the future, we contribute to the Greek public discussion by striving to find the answers to the Transformative Age’s biggest questions, through specialized surveys that map the trends and challenges of an ever-changing environment.

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