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Stefanos Papapanagiotou
Director, Investment Banking, Greece Cyprus, Credit Suisse




Stefanos Papapanagiotou is a Director of Credit Suisse in the Greece & Cyprus Investment Banking Group, based in London. Mr. Papapanagiotou joined Credit Suisse in September 2005. Prior to Credit Suisse, Mr. Papapanagiotou worked for 6 years at Deutsche Bank as part of the European Mergers & Acquisitions team, also based in London. Before moving to Deutsche Bank, he has worked for 3 years as a Fx Derivatives trader in London. During his investment banking career Mr. Papapanagiotou has been involved in numerous high profile transactions in the Greek and International market, including the recent 1.25 bn rights issue by NBG, the privatisation of Hellenic Telecommunications (OTE) to DT; the 175m public offer by Iberdrola Renovables for the minority shareholders of C. Rokas; the 300m rights issue by Forthnet to finance the acquisition of Greek pay TV NetMed; the $5.5bn acquisition of Finansbank by National Bank of Greece and a follow-on rights issue to finance the acquisition; advisory to the Hellenic Republic on a number of other privatizations including the privatization of the Public Power Corporation and OPAP; strategic advisory to the Latsis Group in the acquisition of a stake in Hellenic Petroleum.

Mr. Papapanagiotou graduated with a B.Sc degree in Economics from Queen Mary and Westfield College and an MSc. in Economics and Finance from Warwick Business School.