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Titan Cement elects new Board of Directors

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World Cement,

Titan Cement Company SA has announced that the Annual General Assembly of Shareholders, held on 17 June, elected a new Board of Directors, which compised of 15 members, and designated its independent members in accordance with Law 3016/2012.

The new Board of Directors held its first meeting on the same day, was constituted as a body and designated its executive and non-executive members as follows.

  • Efstratios-Georgios Arapoglou, Chairman, non-executive member  
  • Nellos Canellopoulos, Vice Chairman, executive member 
  • Dimitrios Papalexopoulos, Managing Director, executive member 
  • Michael Colakides, Executive Director, executive member 
  • Doros Constantinou, Senior Independent Director, independent non- executive member 
  • Hiro Athanassiou, independent non-executive member 
  • Takis-Panagiotis Canellopoulos, executive member  
  • Alexander Macridis, independent non-executive member 
  • Domna Mirasyesi-Bernitsa, independent non-executive member  
  • Ioanna Papadopoulou, independent non-executive member 
  • Alexandra Papalexopoulou-Benopoulou, executive member  
  • Petros Sabatacakis, independent non-executive member 
  • Ploutarchos Sakellaris, independent non-executive member  
  • Efthimios Vidalis, executive member 
  • Vassilios Zarkalis, executive member

The term of office of the new Board of Directors is three years expiring the latest at the Annual General Assembly of Shareholders of 2019.

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