Eurobank Cyprus: Katerina Charalambous appointed Head of Centralized Operations and Organization & Methods

Eurobank Cyprus announced that it has appointed Katerina Charalambous as Head of Centralized Operations and Operations & Methods as Member of the Executive Committee.
We applaud her success and would like to congratulate her on this achievement," the bank said announcing the news. "Ms Charalambous' appointment underscores our unwavering commitment to gender diversity and equality within the banking sector. At Eurobank Cyprus, we believe in providing equal opportunities for all talented individuals, regardless of gender."

Katerina Charalambous joined Eurobank Cyprus in 2007. She started her career in Investor Relations in 1994 in New York, where she worked for four years. Following that, she worked at Laiki Bank (Hellas) in Athens as Head of Product Development and Electronic Banking and then as Head of Sales for Laiki Mutual Funds. She then spent 5 years working for Eurobank Ergasias S.A. as Operations Business Development Manager. In 2007, she joined Eurobank Cyprus in  the position of Head of the Centralized Operations  which oversees E-Banking, Cards, Cheques Clearing, the Bank’s Call Center and Cash Management. Ms. Charalambous also oversees the Department of Organization & Methods of the Bank.
Charalambous holds a BSc in Mass Communication at Boston University USA  and has a Master in Public Administration from City University of New York (Baruch). She is currently a member of the VISA Cyprus Council Executive Committee, the National Payments Committee, and the Cyprus Clearing House.

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