We are very excited to announce our next GEF Energy Leaders Talk series that will be featuring Harris Antoniou, Board Member of Advent Technologies and former CEO and Chairman of Amsterdam Trade Bank.
Leadership Talk series bring our members closer together and attempt to inspire during a time of high uncertainty. Industry leaders share with us their career, journey their vision of the future and their advice on being a successful leader.
The series takes the form of online closed doors discussions, limited to registered members of GEF, employees of GEF Corporate Members and employees of Advent Technologies.
The log in details will be shared with the participants prior to the event.
To register, visit the link.
About the speaker
Harris Antoniou has held various executive and management positions in leading institutions in the financial sector over the last 25 years. He served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Management Board of Amsterdam Trade Bank from March 2016 to February 2020. Previously he was the Chief Executive Officer of AMCI – a private group that focusses in mining projects and operations, trading, transportation, and private equity investments.
Between 2009 and 2013, Harris was the Managing Director of Energy, Commodities and Transportation, and a member of the Management Group of ABN AMRO, where he led the international expansion of the business.
Harris started his career with Bank Mees & Hope in 1993, and held a range of senior management positions within MeesPierson and Fortis in The Netherlands, The United Kingdom and Greece, always focusing on debt and equity investments in real assets, as well as in investment banking.
He is passionate about technology, education and digital transformation. He was one of the first signatories of the Poseidon Principles and a supporter of United World Colleges in the Netherlands.
Harris holds an MSc in Business Administration and Management from the University of Piraeus, Greece, and an MBA from Rotterdam School of Management (Erasmus University), the Netherlands. He also successfully completed the General Management Program of Harvard Business School.