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Thessaloniki Port Authority – New Board Of Directors

Thessaloniki Port Authority – New board of directors

Thessaloniki, July 12, 2021 The Postponed Annual General Meeting took place today Monday July 12, 2021, via teleconference, approved the election of new Board of Directors (BoD)with a 5-year tenure. The new Board of Directors constituted in a body and defined its executive and non-executive members on the same day. The composition of the new Board of Directors of ThPA S.A. is the following: Athanasios
Liagkos, Executive Chairman of the BoDLaurent Martens, non-executive member, Vice Chairman of the BoDFranco Nicola Cupolo, executive member, Managing Director maintaining the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO)Artur Davidian, executive member, maintaining the position of Chief Investments OfficerFu Baiqiao (Leon), non-executive memberAngelos Vlachos, non-executive memberPanayiotis Michalopoulos, independent non-executive memberAngeliki Samara, independent non-executive memberEirini Chadiari, independent non-executive member PortSEurope Note: Thessaloniki Port Authority (ThPA) was privatised in March 2018, and was operated by South Europe Gateway Thessaloniki (SEGT) Ltd, a consortium, in turn, then owned by Germany’s Deutsche Invest Equity Partners (DIEP) 47%; France’s CMA CGM (Terminal Link) 33% and Savvidis Group (Cyprus-registered Belterra Investments) 20%. Terminal Link is 49% owned by China Merchants Port Holding, which is controlled by the Chinese state. In February 2021, Russian billionaire of Greek origin, born in Georgia, Ivan Savvidis, acquired the 47% stake in the port owned by DIEP. Savidis, “the Russian tsar of Thessaloniki”, according to local media, now controls 67% of Greece’s second largest port. Source: Thessaloniki Port Authority

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