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September 29, 2020
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Presentation: EY Attractiveness Survey Greece 2020
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As the coronavirus pandemic threatens to drag both the global and Greek economy to a new, deeper recession, the need for boosting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is as imperative as ever. One year after the launch of the first EY Attractiveness Survey Greece, its second edition captures the status of FDI in Greece for the past year — and beyond the COVID-19 crisis — presenting the views of global investors on the attractiveness of the country, its strong points and the areas for improvement, and puts on the table a series of recommendations for further enhancing the country’s investment climate.
Papazoglou Partner, Accounts Leader - Central and South East Europe / Managing Partner - Greece , EY
Panos Papazoglou is the Managing Partner in Greece since July 2010. Effective January 2011 he became the CSE South Cluster Leader and effective January 2015 the Central and South Eastern Markets Leader as well. Following the Central Eastern Southeastern and Central Asia (CESA) integration, effective July 2018, he holds the role of the CESA Accounts Leader.
He has served as Head of Assurance in Ernst & Young Romania for two years and focused on the energy and technology sectors. He has also served as CMP and Head of Assurance in Bulgaria for three years.
Panos joined Ernst & Young in 1988 and is based in the Athens office. Panos is a Qualified Accountant in Greece and Romana.
He has extensive exposure to the international environment. Managed cross - cultural teams, in a number of sizeable assurance and advisory projects.
He has sound management experience and supervisory skills gained over the 32 years of being involved in the accounting and audit profession.
His technical experience is a combination of engagements across a wide range of services including financial audits, privatizations, initial public offerings and offerings of shares. He has participated in numerous engagements involving / leading multicultural teams as well.
He is a member of the BoD of the American Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, member of the Executive Committee and BoD of the Institute of Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) and also member at the CEO Clubs and Endeavor. and Endeavor.
The webinar will consist of a 30-minute presentation of the survey's key findings, which will be followed by a live Q&A session lasting for 25 minutes. This webinar will be archived and available for replay on demand upon registration..
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