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EFG Finance Management

The new management of EFG Finance, the investment firm set up jointly by EFG Eurobank and Ergobank to operate in all sectors of investment banking and institutional capital management, has been appointed.

The new management of EFG Finance, the investment firm set up jointly by EFG Eurobank and Ergobank to operate in all sectors of investment banking and institutional capital management, has been appointed.
The Chairman and Managing Director of the firm will be Nicolaos V. Caramouzis, EFG Eurobank's Financial Advisor. The General Director in charge of Asset Management will be Mrs. Vassiliki Campbell, until recently Assistant General Manager of EFG Eurobank, who has long experience in the capital markets. Mrs. Campbell, who is married and has three children, holds an MBA from Rochester University, NY. In the past, she has occupied senior executive positions with Citibank, Continental Bank and Investment Bank. Mrs. Campbell will be supervising the following areas: a) management of the share portfolio on behalf of the two participating banks; b) management of institutional portfolios, including the provision of integrated financial services to social security funds, closed-end funds and private-sector institutional investors, and c) support and financial management services for EFG Finance itself. Mrs. Campbell will also be appointed Chairman of the Closed-End Fund currently being set up.
The General Director in charge of Investment Banking will be Michalis Coufalis, formerly a senior executive with ALPHA Finance and also with long experience in the capital markets. Mr Coufalis, who is married and has one child, holds an MBA from Columbia University. He will be responsible for the following areas: a) integrated financial services to companies (acquisitions, mergers, financial restructuring, liability management); b) debt-issues covering all types of company debt (corporate bonds, consortium loans, securities issues for short-term capital, derivative bond products), and c) raising corporate capital (listing of firms on the Stock Exchange, block trades, secondary share offerings, composite and derivative corporate capital).