Members of the Board of Directors
Nikolaos Loulis son of Konstantinos, Chairman - Executive member
Mr Loulis was born at Larissa in 1986.
He studied at the Carroll School of Management of the Boston College where he majored in accounting and finance and graduated in 2008.
In August 2009 he commenced studies at the Swiss Milling School (SMS) and graduated in February 2010 with a "Milling Technologist SMS" Diploma. In 2018 he completed his Master of Business Administration (MBA) at INSEAD. He speaks English and German.
Since 2010 he is the Chairman of the Board of LOULIS MILLS SA as well as the subsidiaries of the Loulis group.
He is Vice President of the Hellenic Association of Flour Manufacturers as well as a Member of the General Council of the Association of Greek Enterprises & Industries (SEV).
Elisavet Kapelanou-Alexandri, daughter of Spyros, Vice Chairman - Independent non-executive member
Elisavet Kapelanou – Alexandri is a Supreme Court Lawyer, member of the Athens Bar Association, Reg. No. 10366.
From the acquisition of the status of the lawyer (1983) until today, being a lawyer at the Supreme Court, she practices the profession of the lawyer (trial lawyer) - in parallel with her activity as legal advisor in Greek commercial companies.
She has been a legal advisor to many companies of all kinds, but mainly societes anonymes, listed and non-listed which, she has also represented before the Greek Courts, at a case by case basis.
She was external cooperator of the "AUXILIARY FUND " (January 1997 - December 2002) and Legal Advisor of the Panhellenic Federation of Publishers - Booksellers (POEB) (January 1993 – June 2002). In this capacity, she actively participated in the creation of the National Book Center (EKEVI), in the year 1994, aiming at the strengthening and promoting of books in Greece.
She was external cooperator of the National Bank of Greece in real estate cases and as its legal representative in many of its court cases (January 1992 – May 1996).
Mrs. Kapelanou – Alexandri holds a Law degree from the University of Athens Law School and speaks English and Italian.
Nikolaos Fotopoulos, son of Sryridon, Chief Executive Officer – Executive member
Mr Fotopoulos was born in 1960.
He graduated from the Athens University of Economics and Business in 1983 and holds an MBA from Universitaet Mannheim, Germany (1986).
In 1992 he was appointed as the Manager of the Athens Branch at the "KYLINDROMYLOS LOULI SA" Company and in 1996 he became the company's Director of Finance.
Since 1999 he has been the President and CEO of the company SAINT GEORGE MILLS S.A. until 2004, when the company was absorbed by the parent company LOULIS MILLS SA.
He speaks German and English.
From 2001 until today he is Vice President and CEO of LOULIS MILLS SA. He is a member of the Boards of Directors of all the subsidiaries of the Loulis Group in Greece and Abroad.
Georgios Mourelatos, son of Apostolos, Executive member
George Mourelatos was born in Patra in 1954. He studied Political and Economic Sciences at the Panteio University of Athens and he speaks English.
During his career, both in the Banking and the Food sector, he has served in senior and top positions. Specifically, he has served as Head of the Central Accounting Office at the Bank of Crete, General Manager at Saint George Mills, General Manager of Loulis Group of Companies and General Manager at N.G.O. Grammi Zois.
Since 2011, he works as a consultant - internal partner in Eurobank S.A.
Since 2013, he is a member of the Board to Loulis Mills S.A., as an independent non-executive member and a member of the Audit Committee.
Khedaim Abdulla Saeed Faris Alderei, son of Abdulla, Non-executive member
H.E Khedaim Abdulla Al Derei is a delegated member from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and he is in charge of commercial business in the Private Office of H.H Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan. He has over 28 years of public and private sector experience and has held senior positions within the UAE’s diplomatic core.
H.E Khedaim is also the Vice Chairman and Co-Founder of Al Dahra Holding and the Managing Director of Al Ain Holding, H.E Khedaim has overall responsibility for ensuring the business strategy is aligned with the shareholder and the board target.
H.E Khedaim holds a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Development from the American University in Washington DC, USA and Masters in International Relations from the Lebanese American University, Lebanon. He has also attended several executive management programs at top institutions such as the Harvard Business School in Boston, USA.
Andreas Koutoupis, son of Georgios, Independent non-executive member
Dr. Andreas G. Koutoupis is currently the Chairman of the Board of Directors of KnR Governance, Risk, Compliance & Internal Audit Services. Before KnR he served for 10 years as a Director, Head of Mazars, Athens – Greece Governance, Risk & Internal Audit Services. Before join Mazars he served as a Senior Manager within the Internal Audit Services department of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Athens – Greece responsible for the Financial Services (mainly banking) Internal Audit Assurance & Consulting Services for more than ten years. He was involved in Governance, Risk & Internal Audit related assignments in more than 200 organizations the last 22 years in all industries.
In 2005, he received the Michael J. Barett award by the International Institute of Internal Auditors, while in April 2006 he received a PhD Colloquium award (Cass Business School) for distinctive performance by the IIA-Italy. He was nominated for several other awards for his academic performance and professional work.
Georgios Taniskidis, son of Ioannis, Independent non-executive member
Having 30 years of experience in the Banking Sector, Mr. George Taniskidis holds the position of Optima bank’s Chairman.
He commenced his career as an associate attorney with the law firm of Rogers & Wells in New York. Upon his return to Greece, he joined Motor Oil Hellas.
From 2002 until June 2010, as Chairman and Managing Director of Millennium Bank Greece, Mr. Taniskidis led the Bank from concept to fruition. It has to be stated that Millennium Bank achieved its goals much earlier than expected. In the same period he led the acquisition of a banking institution in Turkey which was then renamed to Millennium Bank Turkey. He subsequently served as Member of its Board of Directors.
From 2003 to 2005, he was a Member of the Board of Directors of Visa International Europe.
Today he serves as Member of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic Banks Association.
Mr. Taniskidis holds a Law degree from the University of Athens Law School, having graduated first in his class and a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.