Το NBC συνεργάζεται με το Καθολικό Πανεπιστήμιο της Lille (Universite Catholique de Lille), ένα από τα παλαιότερα πανεπιστημιακά ιδρύματα της Γαλλίας, το οποίο ως ιδιωτικό πανεπιστήμιο χορηγεί κρατικά πτυχία (diplômes d’Etat) στο πλαίσιο της συνεργασίας του με το Δημόσιο Πανεπιστήμιο Université de Toulouse 1 – Capitole.
ΜεταπτυχιακόΠρόγραμμαΣπουδών (Master in Business Law, Economics & Management)
Το NBC σε συνεργασία με το Université Catholique de Lille προσφέρει για πρώτη φορά στην Ελλάδα ένα ολοκληρωμένο πρόγραμμα μεταπτυχιακών σπουδών διάρκειας 18 μηνών, με 2 κρατικά αναγνωρισμένους πανεπιστημιακούς τίτλους (Master 2 in Business Law & Diploma in International Legal Practice & Management) συνδυάζοντας με τρόπο σύγχρονο, καινοτόμο και απόλυτα προσαρμοσμένο στις νομικές, τεχνολογικές, και επιχειρηματικές εξελίξεις στην Ελλάδα αλλά και διεθνώς το Δίκαιο Επιχειρήσεων, τα Οικονομικά και το Management.
Αποτελείται από το Master 2 Business Law (M2 Droit des affaires), κρατικό τίτλο σπουδών στη Γαλλία τον οποίο χορηγεί η Νομική Σχολή του Université catholique de Lille σε συνεργασία με το Université de Toulouse 1 – Capitole, καθώς και το DU International Legal Practice & Management (Diplôme Univesitaire), που χορηγείται από τη Νομική Σχολή του Université catholique de Lille.
Permanent Lecturer in the Parisian Campus of the Law School of Lille Catholic University since 2015, he is also the Academic Director of three International Programs of Studies in Law & Management and member of the Research Center C3RD of this Faculty (Centre de Recherche de Relations entre les Risques et le Droit). He has been teaching Competition Law, Advanced Company Law, Contract Law and Intellectual Property Law in the Law School of the Catholic University of Lille and he has been a visiting Lecturer at SciencesPo Paris (Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris) since 2012, where he has been teaching Comparative Contract Law and European Economic Law. Throughout his academic career he has given numerous lectures in well-known Universities and Business Schools in France. Before joining the Catholic University of Lille, Emmanuel practiced for several years as a Lawyer in Greece and in France. He was admitted to the Athens Bar in 2001 and to Paris Bar in 2013 and advised and represented French and Greek clients before courts of both countries. In 2010 he was accredited for his legal services by the French Embassy in Greece. Under his coordination, Nomiki Bibliothiki published in 2020 the 2nd edition of the French-Greek / Greek-French Dictionary of Legal Terms.
Hervé Ballone is Director and AIFM Board Member of the Carlyle Group, which is a global investment firm with $325 billion of assets under management. In the past he worked as Conducting Officer and Chief Compliance Officer in the abovementioned group. He has over 10 years’ professional experience in legal, compliance, governance & management roles with a demonstrated history of working in the banking and investment funds. He has focused my career specifically on compliance and has also a legal/finance background, holding the CCDL qualification (Luxembourg Bar), a degree from the EDHEC Business School and a Master 2 in Business Law from the Catholic University of Lille. He is passionate about AML/CFT and involved in a broad range of regulatory compliance and governance aspects including Mifid II, GDPR, FATCA, CRS, AIFMD, UCITS, advising the business and board, training colleagues and undertaking project work. Hervé Ballon is also a certified compliance specialist, a board member & co-president of ALCO, lecturer at the House of Training & ATTF, co-chairman of working groups, AML/CFT authored/panellist and visiting Lecturer in the Law Faculty of Lille Catholic University.
Laura Carraresi is Senior Scientist in Innovation Management in the Innovation, consumer and sensory sciences department at the Norwegian Institute of Food, Fisheries and Aquaculture Research (Nofima). Dr. Carraresi has got a PhD in Innovation Technology for Agri-food and Environmental Sciences in 2009 at the University of Milan (Italy), with a secondment at University of Zaragoza (Spain). She has been visiting researcher at Ghent University (Belgium) as well. After a postdoc at the University of Milan, she was enrolled as Senior lecturer at University of Bonn (Germany – 2015-2019), and as Associate Professor at Lille Catholic University (France – 2019-2021), before joining Nofima in September 2021. During her career, she taught – both at Bachelor and Master level – courses of Business strategy and Corporate management. She also taught courses for practitioners and contribute to knowledge transfer seminars addressed to multiple stakeholders, from companies to policy makers. Her research interests are focused on strategic and organizational changes (e.g. business model innovation) associated with innovation adoption within agri-food companies, value chain and systems in the domain of bio- and circular economy. Research activities have included innovation drivers, cross-industry and open innovation, the emergence of novel value chains, the redesign of business models towards circular and sustainable patterns, and the development of technological innovation systems.
Delphine Dogot is an Associate professor of Law at the Université catholique de Lille since 2019. She is based at the Paris-Issy Campus, where she leads the law & digital technologies initiatives for the Faculty of Law. She is the Director of LeStudio, the collaborative digital/law lab of the Faculty. She is a member the C3RD Research Centre Law & Risk and teaches on law and digital technologies, international law and legal philosophy. Her research investigates the digital transformation of law, regulation and governance. She currently works on data-driven and blockchain governance architectures and on the construction and effect of algorithmic and machine learning tools on legal reasoning and practices. Delphine regularly lectures at Sciences Po Law School and the Faculty of Law of Université Aix Marseille and Universidad de Los Andres on global security and algorithmic governance. Before joining the law school, she carried a postdoctoral research on legaltech and machine learning at the Law Departement of HEC Paris as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. She has completed her Ph.D in Law at Sciences Po Law School and holds a Master and Bachelor in Law from the Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne and a Master and Bachelor in Philosophy from Université Paris 4 Paris Sorbonne. Delphine has been an academic visitor at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School, and a researcher the Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy where she is an affiliate researcher.
Stamatis E. DRAKAKAKIS
Stamatis E. Drakakakis is a member of the corporate commercial practice and Head of our Antitrust & Competition team of the Greek Law Firm Zepos & Yannopoulos. He was admitted to the Athens Bar in 2002 and joined that law firm in the end of 2019. Stamatis covers the full range of competition law including state aid and sector specific regulation. He advises clients from a very wide variety of industries including electronic communications, financial sector, construction, energy, consumer goods, pharmaceutical, chemicals, steel, and defense. He represents clients before the Hellenic Competition Commission and the Greek Appellate and Supreme administrative courts, the European Commission and both the General Court and the Court of Justice of the EU. He has been involved in some of the most complex cartel investigations as well as Phase II merger cases before the Greek NCA during the last decade. He has also litigated landmark antitrust cases before Greek Courts, often teaming up with our administrative law department. His state aid work includes advising on issues regarding rescue and restructuring aid, public service obligations in the fields of air transport, energy and broadcasting, application of state aid block exemptions, state aid issues in privatisation transactions and public tenders, arbitration proceedings and state aid, taxation involving aid, state guarantees and misuse of aid and recovery issues. He is a founding member of the Hellenic State Aid Institute. Stamatis has authored numerous competition law publications/articles. He is Member of the Organizing Committee of the Annual Competition Law Conference organized in Athens (since 2017) by Nomiki Bibliothiki. He is also member of the editorial board of the EU Competition Law Handbook (annually) published by Sweet & Maxwell. In early ‘00s, after his postgraduate studies, Stamatis concluded an internship at the Court of Justice of the EU (Chambers of Judge V. Skouris). Subsequently, he worked for many years in Brussels for two US firms. He is admitted before the Supreme Court. Stamatis is a member of the firm’s executive committee.
George Foufopoulos is a lawyer at the Supreme Court, he holds a doctorate in Tax Law from the Law School of Athens as well as two Masters Degree in Public Law and Tax Law from the Paris 2 University. He is also qualified to practice before the Council of State and he is the managing partner of KLF (Karagiannopoulos, Lelouda, Foufopoulos and associates) Law Office. He is also Head of the Public and Tax Law Department of Legal Services Directorate of National Bank of Greece group of companies. He has participated as a speaker at various conferences and has also published a large number of legal papers regarding Tax and Public Law. He is a member of the board of Directors of Greek Association of Tax Lawand Public Finance Studies.
Mathieu Françon is of counsel in the Paris office of CMS. He specializes in banking and financial law, in particular banking activities and payment services. He regularly advises French and international banks and other financial institutions on their regulated services and products, internal organization and governance, and relationships with French and European authorities. His experience also includes M&A transactions in the banking and financial sector (creation of regulated entities, change of control, transfer of activities…). He regularly assists financial institutions and their managers with regulatory investigations and enforcement procedures. He also advises European authorities on matters relating to French and European banking law. He has defended the European central bank before the Court of justice of the European Union. He has been teaching banking and financial law at Science Po Paris since 2016. He is the author of numerous articles and books. He received in 2022 the Cercle Montesquieu award as co-author of the best legal book of the year. Before joining CMS, he has been a counsel, leading the regulatory practice, at a premier law firm, and a partner at a tier one regulatory boutique in Paris. He also worked in the M&A department of a white-shoe law firm in New-York.
Dimitra Gavriil is an Attorney-at-law with the Athens Bar Association since 1999, certified mediator and accredited mediation trainer. She holds a JD and an LLM in EU Law from the University of Strasbourg (France). She is specialized in conflict resolution, restorative practices and participatory leadership which she implements in diverse private and public settings, while her practice mainly focuses on high interpersonal conflict and organizational crisis management. Dimitra is a JAMS Weinstein International Fellow on mediation and restorative justice (USA) and the Director of European Programs for Prison of Peace (USA). Her working languages are Greek, English and French.
Doctor of Law and member of the Paris Bar since 2003, former foreign lawyer in Singapore, she assists her clients in mergers and acquisitions (domestic and cross borders), venture capital/private equity transactions. During the past 9 years, spent between South East Asia and Paris, she has developed an expertise in assisting SME, international companies and investment funds in their growth all over South East Asia, assisted by prominent local law firms. She was trained and practiced as a lawyer in French offices of top tier international firms. In 2012, she moved to Indonesia and later to Singapore to assist foreign investors in South East Asia, where she stayed until 2021. She has published numerous articles in corporate law in French legal reviews and economics newspapers in connection with her areas of practice. She speaks regularly at keynotes in France and all over South East Asia. She holds a PhD of private law from Aix Marseille III University, defended in December 2001. Representative Matters (France, and Asia, as foreign lawyer and consultant)
– Advising sellers and purchasers in industrial mergers and acquisitions transactions (domestic and cross border), small, mid and large cap (due diligence, negotiating and drafting the share purchase agreement and representations and warranties, closing of the transaction) (France and Asia).
– Advising shareholders in negotiations of joint venture agreements (France and Asia).
– Advising investors and managers in LBO transactions, small and mid cap (due diligence, negotiating and drafting the subscription agreement and the shareholders agreement, issuance of securities giving access to the share capital, closing of the transaction) (France).
– Advising investors (angels investors, VCs, PE funds) and founders in venture capital and venture debt transactions, small and mid cap (due diligence, negotiating and drafting the subscription agreement and the shareholders agreement, issuance of securities giving access to the share capital, issuance of preferred shares, closing of the transaction) (France and Asia).
Mr. Yiannis Kardizis is Head of Financial Reporting at Deloitte Greece since July 2011. He obtained his Bachelor of Economics from National & Kapodistrian University of Athens and holds an MBA from University of Cardiff. For the last 15 years he acts as a Tutor, teaching “Finance for Non-Financiers”, “Financial Reporting Cycle” and “Accounting Communication Skills” in companies and organisations but also schools. Moreover, he is a Facilitator at Deloitte University in the “GMM: Global Manager Milestone” program. Prior to Deloitte, he worked as an Accounting Manager in PWC for 10 years and as an Internal Auditor in a Shipping Company in London.
Penny Kontogeorgou is Partner Lawyer at Zoulovits Kontogeorgou (ZK) Law Firm. She is an e-Business & ICT Law Expert. She has been practicing private law for over 20 years. Penny daily advises national & international corporations on large scale IT projects, digital transformation strategies, and compliance. Her experience range to issues such as IT & Cloud Computing, Data Protection, e-Commerce, Digital Platforms & Marketplaces, Digital Marketing, R&D Collaborations & Technology Transfer, 4.0 Technologies. She is also consulting Fintech companies and e-Money Institutions, PIs & PSPs on regulatory compliance, and she is the sole contributor for the Comparative Guide on Blockchain Technology for Greece in the Legal 500 Comparative Handbook. Moreover, Penny is the Head Legal Officer of a multinational corporation operating a Metaverse Art Platform, while she is also involved in Law-making committees for New Technologies, is a frequent speaker at national & international conferences in the e-Business and ICT sector, guest lecturer in Universities (Athens University of Economics & Business, University of Aegean, University of Macedonia, International University) and has mentored hundreds of startups through incubators, accelerators, & innovation-enabling organizations (ACEin, Orange Grove, Egg, Greek StartUp Universe, Startup Europe, Women on Top, ELTRUN).
Ms Kurowska has worked with international clients, advising them on legal and business aspects of international expansion since her first year of law school. It is also when she launched her first legaltech startup. Today, she is a founder and managing partner of Verne Legal, a visiting lecturer at two French universities, and an active member of legal technology initiatives in France, Poland and Spain. She publishes regularly on topics of legal innovation, legal technology and digitalization of the legal sector. Her expertise focuses on Big Data implications on cross-border corporate transactions.
Dimitriοs Kyriazis holds a PhD from the University of Oxford Law School and is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Public Law of the University of Athens School of Law. He is a member of the Associated Researchers Group of the European Banking Institute and a Research Fellow in Law at Northeastern University in London, where he was the Head of the Law School from 2017 to 2020. He has previously served as Stipendiary Lecturer in Constitutional Law and EU Law at the University of Oxford and Teaching Fellow in Law at University CollegeLondon. For his doctoral research at the University of Oxford he was awarded the Clarendon Scholarship, the Onassis Foundation Scholarship and a grant from the Chartered Institute of Taxation in the United Kingdom. He holds an MPhil (“Distinction”, Light Senior Scholarship) and an MJur from the University of Oxford (“Distinction”, Onassis Foundation Scholarship). For his performance in the MJur programme he received the Clifford Chance Prize, graduating top of his class. Finally, he is a graduate of the School of Law of the University of Athens, from which he graduated top of his class. OAED-L.A.E.E.K. program. and conducted a series of seminars in public procurement law, while he is one of the main rapporteurs of the certified EKP. Program “Public Procurement in Practice” which is already in its 9th cycle.
Haris Meidanis is a Greek lawyer who holds a Law degree from the University of Athens, an LL.M. from the University of London, and a PhD in Private International Law from Panteion University in Athens. He is Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Currently, he is the managing partner at Meidanis, Seremetakis and Associates law firm. He professionally specialises in the areas of Private International Law, the Law of International Transactions, Arbitration, Mediation and Business Law, having also published more than 50 articles in academic journals. He is an accredited Mediator (CIArb and Hellenic Ministry of Justice) and has provided consulting services to the Greek Ministries of Economy and Development. Haris Meidanis is a member of the mediation council of EODID and member of the Institute of World Business Law of ICC. He possesses extensive academic experience, as he has taught at universities in Greece and abroad and has given several seminars on his fields of expertise. He is currently heading the mediation training team at EODID.
Marily Paralika is a partner in the Paris office, where she heads the International Arbitration practice. She has 15 years’ experience in International Arbitration and acts as counsel in international arbitration proceedings governed by the ICC, ICSID, LCIA, SCC arbitration rules, as well as ad hoc proceedings. Marily represents parties in the construction, engineering, energy and infrastructure sectors, both in commercial arbitrations and investor-state disputes, and assists with every step of the arbitral process, including prearbitral strategic advice. She has handled arbitrations arising out of international commercial contracts, including long-term gas supply agreements and concession contracts, but also matters arising out of M&A and shareholders’ agreements. She also acts as an arbitrator in international arbitration proceedings. Marily is a member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration for Greece and a member of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR. Marily is the author of numerous articles and publications in her field of expertise. She is a regular speaker at conferences on international arbitration and teaches at the Faculty of Law of the University of Athens (Master of Civil Law and Energy). Marily is recognised among her peers and clients for her exceptional expertise. Since 2017, she has been on the list of Future Leaders in the Who’s Who Legal – Arbitration guide, which considers her to be outstanding in the field of international arbitration. Marily holds a Master’s degree in International Economic Law from the University Paris II Panthéon-Assas and an LLM in European and International Law from the University of Athens. Prior to joining Fieldfisher Paris, Marily was a senior associate in the international arbitration group of White & Case in Paris, and a Deputy Counsel with the Secretariat of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, where she supervised numerous arbitration proceedings involving parties from all over the world. She was admitted to the Athens Bar in 2001 and to the Paris Bar in 2007. A native Greek speaker, Marily is also fluent in French and English.
Katerina Ronga is a Principal in the Risk Advisory practice leading the Sustainability and Climate Services of Deloitte Greece. She holds more than 20 years of professional experience in a diverse range of areas, such as Sustainability, ESG transition & Climate Risk, Risk Management, Process Management, Improvement and Automation, Data Analytics, Internal & External Audit, Business and Financial Controlling, Project Management, Quality, IT Security & BCM. She has extensive knowledge in sustainability and corporate governance, strategy, technology and Information Systems along with new certifications design and implementation (ISO, SOC, SOX etc). Before joining Deloitte, she has worked in a diverse range of multinational companies such as Deutsche Telecom Group / OTE Group of Companies, PwC, Microsoft and Wind that helped her build a holistic understanding of several business functions within an organization. Katerina holds a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Management and Business Administration from Athens University of Economics & Business and a Master of Science (MSc) in Information Technology Management and Organizational Change from Lancaster University (UK). In addition, she is Certified Information Systems Auditor – CISA and Certified Risk Management Assurance – CRMA.
Giulia Schneider is an Assistant Professor in Economic Law at Catholic University in Milan & Adjunct Professor of Corporate Governance at the Law Faculty of Lille Catholic University in France, where she teaches the course of Corporate Governance at Master degree level. The field of her expertise is Business and IT Law. Before joining the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan, Giulia was teaching Business & Commercial Law in the Economic Department of the Università di Pisa in Italy. During the preparation of her Phd in the Università Bocconi, she was a visiting scholar in various institutions, among which the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition. She is author of two books, one regarding health data pools under European data protection and competition law edited by Springer 2022 and one about AI and business law (with Prof. Abriani) published by the Italian editor Il Mulino in 2021.
Eric Seassaud is a lawyer at the Paris Bar specialised in ethics & compliance, international arbitration; international contracts; major industrial and construction projects (project finance, construction contracts, operation and maintenance agreements, joint ventures, consortia, shareholders agreement, security package & guaranties, export finance …) and contracts and claims management. Prior to joining Squair, he was the General Counsel and Chief Contracts Officer of VINCI Construction Grands Projets and the Ethics Liaison Officer of the entities of the Major Projects Division of VINCI Construction (2018-2021); the Ethics & Compliance Group General Counsel of ENGIE (2011-18); the Director of Contracts Management & Arbitration at SUEZ (formerly Degremont – 2009-2011); and the Deputy General Counsel in charge of major projects at SUEZ (formerly Degremont – 2003-2009). Eric is also very much involved in various professional organisations: Vice-President of the “French Association of Contract Management” (“Association Française du Contract Management – AFCM”); Chairman of the AFNOR French Technical Committee “Compliance and Governance of Organisations – ISO TC 309” and Foreign Trade Advisor for France (“Conseiller du Commerce Extérieur de la France”). As well as in the academic world: co-founder and lecturer at the University of Paris II – Assas, for the postgraduate university diploma “Contract Management”; co-founder and lecturer at the University of Paris I – La Sorbonne, for the postgraduate university diploma “Compliance and Business Ethics” (DU “Compliance et éthique des affaires”); lecturer the University of Paris I – La Sorbonne in the postgraduate master “International Criminal and Business Law” (Master II “Droit pénal international et des affaires”); and Lecturer at the University of Paris-Dauphine for the Certificate “Compliance, Anticorruption, Duty of Care and Data Privacy” (“Certificat Compliance anti-corruption, vigilance & protection des données personnelles”). Eric holds a Ph.D. in Law, a post graduate specialised master in International Business Law & Management from the Paris School of Management (“Mastère spécialisé en droit et management des affaires internationals de l’Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris – ESCP”), a postgraduate diploma in Public Business Law (DEA “Droit public des activités économiques”) and an undergraduate diploma in Political Sciences (“Diplôme de l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques d’Aix-en-Provence”).
Michalis Seiradakis is a lawyer, former member of the Pre-Trial Appeals Examination Authority (A.E.P.P.) and has served as a President of its 7th Unit. He graduated from the Law School of Athens in 2004 and holds two postgraduate degrees, the first from the Law Department of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens with a specialization in “Commercial and Corporate Law” and the second from King’s College of London with a specialization in “International Business Law”, while since July 2018 he is a Doctoral Candidate in Law on the subject of his doctoral dissertation: “The participatory presence of third parties in public tenders. Association of Persons & Consortium, Loans Experience & Subcontracting”. From 2008 to 2017 he was a co-founder and collaborator of the MSCK Law Office. Since 2013 he is a certified instructor in the
Baran Siyahhan is an associate professor of finance at the Faculty of Management, Economics and Sciences at Lille Catholic University since 2022. He holds a PhD in Finance from Vienna Graduate School of Finance, Austria and has worked at Aarhus University, Denmark (2010-2016) and Institut Mines-Télécom Business School, France (2016-2021). Baran’s research interests center on corporate finance and industrial organization. The main themes of his recent work include pricing dynamics in two-sided markets and platforms, ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) profiles of SMEs (Small and Medium-sized Enterprises ) and sustainable finance. He has taught courses in international finance, corporate valuation, financial accounting, credit derivatives and mathematics.
Magdalini Souli focuses on tax controversy and tax litigation. She advises and represents legal entities and individuals before the Greek tax authorities on tax audits as well as before the Dispute Resolution Directorate of the Independent Authority for Public Revenues and the Greek Administrative Courts. Prior to joining KBVL, Magdalini worked as Consultant at General Secretariat for Legal & Parliamentary Affairs from 2019 to 2020, as responsible for the coordination of the lawmaking process and the consultation of the Ministries during the drafting – of legislation- process.
Irini Stamatoudi is an Intellectual Property Law Professor at the University of Nicosia (Cyprus) and a lawyer at the Supreme Court of Athens (Greece). She holds degrees from the University of Athens (Greece) (Law Degree) and the University of Leicester (UK) (LL.M., Ph.D.). From 2007-2018 she was the General Director of the Hellenic Copyright Organisation (i.e., the Greek competent authority for copyright matters). She has taught at the University of Leicester, on the joint LL.M. of the University of Turin, ILO, and WIPO, at the International Hellenic University, at the Academy of the World Intellectual Property Organization, and on several other academic courses. She has published numerous books and articles, some of which are internationally considered works of reference.
Eleftheria Tzamarou is a Greek academic working in France as Lecturer in the Law Faculty of Lille Catholic University. She holds a Master Degree in the Law of New Technologies and Intellectual Property from the University of Paris Nanterre. Currently, she is a PhD candidate in the field of Personal Data within the abovementioned university and a Member of CREDOF, the Centre of Research and Studies on Fundamental Rights of this University. Her academic research is focused in the field of Fundamental Liberties and more precisely on the Right to digital oblivion and its relationship with Sensitive Data. She practiced in the past as a lawyer in the Athens Bar until she moved to Paris in 2013. For several years Eleftheria has been teaching within the Law Faculty of Lille Catholic University the course on Privacy & Personal Data at Master Level.
Mrs. Stella Voutsa has been with Deloitte for 20 years. She is a Principal in the Audit & Assurance practice in Greece and the Audit & Assurance Learning Leader in Greece. She obtained her Bachelor in Economics from the University of Piraeus (Department of Business Administration) and she is a certified public accountant in Greece with more than 20 years of experience in audit and advisory services. Stella’s experience includes a significant number of different engagements, including statutory audits, due diligence works, audits of internal controls over financial reporting in accordance with the Sarbanes Oxley Act as well as quality control services for clients of Financial Services Industry engagements. For the last 15 years she has been running the internal learning programs addressed to Deloitte auditor professionals of all grades, as a lead facilitator. She has the responsibility of organizing and monitoring the educational process of the Audit & Assurance practice regarding both mandatory technical programs and soft skills programs.
Mina Zoulovits is Partner lawyer at Zoulovits Kontogeorgou (ZK) Law Firm. She is an expert in Privacy & Digital/IT law and a market leader with more than 20 years experience in e-business and digital transformation legal matters. She has been recognised as Leading Individual for the TMT practice in Greece by Legal500. Her experience lies in a great number of complex strategic projects in the private and public sector, ranging from disruptive technological ventures to the digitization of well-established, traditional industries. She advises on issues arising from the development and utilization of technology, distance transactions and marketing, digital ecosystems and platform services, data protection and regulatory compliance, and diverse types of business ventures and processes related to digital presence and/or transactions. She also educates lawyers, business and IT professionals in legal issues related to the digital industry in public and private universities, educational institutions and vocational training centers and is a frequent speaker in conferences and seminars. She is a member of Law Making Committees on e-commerce, consumer protection and privacy related matters and she is a member in many national and international associations and Elected Member of the Consulting Committee and External Legal Advisor of the Greek E-Commerce Association.