Vassilis Evgenios named new CEO of CTC Group and Executive Director of the Board

The Board of Directors of Cyprus Trading Corporation Plc (CTC) has appointed Vassilis Evgenios as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Cyprus Trading Corporation Plc and the CTC Group, as well Executive Director of the CTC Board, from 1 May.

Evgenios has since 2019 been the CEO of all CTC’s FMCG activities, which include its subsidiaries Argosy Trading Company Ltd, Cassandra Trading Ltd and Artview Co. Ltd.

He holds a BA in Management and Marketing from Sarasota University of South Florida. He has had a long and successful career in the management of Greek and foreign companies, both in Greece and abroad, mainly in the FMCG sector.

From 2008 to 2012 he was a member of the Board of Directors of the European Sales & Marketing Association and in the period 2010-2011 he was its President.

The filling of the vacant post of CEO of CTC's FMCG operations will be carried out and announced at a later stage. Until then, Evgenios will continue to exercise his duties as CEO of CTC's FMCG activities.

Also what has been known as the Management Board until now has been transformed into the Executive Committee and will be staffed by the existing members with the addition of Evgeniou as CEO.

(Source: InBusinessNews)

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