Piraeus Bank hires Egon Zehnder as advisor in search of new CEO

18 January 2016
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Piraeus Bank on Monday said it has hired Egon Zehnder as an advisor for the selection of a new chief executive officer from Greece and abroad after the resignation of Antimos Thomopoulos from the post.

The new CEO will head the Group in implementing a business plan and its medium-term goals. Piraeus Bank said it will appoint an interim CEO on Wednesday, 20 January.

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