Evangelos PAPADOPOULOS, CEO
Evangelos has over twenty years of experience aligning IT to the business strategy for large complex organisations During the last fourteen years, he has designed and implemented critical components using real time technologies for several Stock Exchanges (EU, USA). Evangelos has also been a lecturer at University of Luxembourg giving Java and C++ programming courses. Evangelos holds a DESS in Computer Sciences, a master degree in Electronic Engineering He is also a former student from Harvard Business School Program for Leadership Development. Furthermore, he is a Summit (Prince II equivalent), TOGAF 9, SCRUM (Agile development) practitioner and CQF Engineer.
Frédéric LE DINAHET, Director of Strategy.
Frédéric has extensive experience in Strategic Management, Business Modelling, Corporate Finance, Legal and Tax in multinational companies, where he oversaw controlling and finance for front- and back-office operations. Frédéric is an Alumnus from HEC Paris and former student of Harvard Business School PLD program.
Dr. Krassimir KOSTADINOV, R&D director.
Krassimir has over 10 year of experience in the banking industry. His expertise covers quantitative finance, software development and regulatory framework. He has led implementation projects for risk software in relation to different regulatory frameworks (Basel 3, IFRS, IRB, etc…). Krassimir holds a PhD from Munich University of Technology. His research focused on modeling of multidimensional risk and behavioural finance.
Professor Dr. Frank LEIBER, Advisory board member.
Professor at Stern University in New York, Frank Leiber is an internationally recognized expert in capital markets, derivatives and risk management. He has directed research centers in finance (Cornell, New York Polytechnic Institute). His past assignments include senior positions at PriceWaterhouse in New York, Moody’s – KMV in New York and San Francisco, JP Morgan in Zurich, Mitsubishi Finance International in London. He holds a PhD in financial economics from the University of Geneva. Frank Leiber also teaches at the University of Luxembourg.
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