It is universally accepted that digital transformation is happening in the EU. What remains deeply uncertain, however, is the way in which it will unfold and, perhaps, most importantly, with what effects. Where are technological developments heading? Who will drive them? How will the digital space be regulated and by whom? How will humans and machines interact? A myriad different forces are shaping digital transformation in the EU.
Nikos joined Deloitte in 2018 as the Partner-in-charge for Consulting in Greece.
Prior to Deloitte (from 2011 to 2018) he worked in National Bank of Greece as Group COO and CIO, responsible for managing the Group’s Operations and IT, including digitization, IT operations, back-office operations, treasury operations, real estate and technical services.
Before National Bank of Greece (from 1997 to 2011) he worked as Strategy Partner, Head of Management Consulting for another international consulting company in Greece.
He is experienced in designing and delivering large transformational projects, managing business cases in new technologies, designing new organizational models and post merger integration.
Nikos holds a BSc in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, an MBA from Warwick Business School and a PhD in Decision Management Systems from National Technical University of Greece. He has also worked as a research fellow at INSEAD, France.