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Nicholas Hadjiyiannis
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Nicholas Hadjiyiannis holds a degree in Quantity Surveying from the University of Reading, England and a Master’s degree in Shipping Trade and Finance from City University Business School in England.
He has 20 years of extensive banking and financial experience. In 1995, he starts his career as an investment analyst in London and then in Bank of Cyprus, Athens in the investment advisory and private banking.  He continued a ten year career in Merrill Lynch in Athens and London and BNP Paribas in London and Geneva. He returned in Cyprus in 2007 and until summer of 2013, he worked at Cyprus Popular Bank, where he served as the Manager of Private Banking.
He also served as a private wealth advisor in family offices for international clients while he was also appointed as Chairman of the Cooperative Central Bank (CCB) in Cyprus in November 2013. He served as a Chairman of the Board for 2 years until his appointment as CEO in December 2015.  
He is a Fellow Member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS) UK and a holder of professional certificates in investment advice and portfolio Management of Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) Cyprus and a holder of the Investment Management Certificate of the Institute of Investment Managers, UK. He is also a certified investment advisor in UK by the Financial Services Athority (FSA) and in US by the New York Stock Exchange (NESE).
He has taught finance and investment at the American College in Athens, the University of Nicosia and the European University Cyprus. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Cyprus Employers and Industrialists Federation, Advisory Board of postgraduate studies, City University Business School, Costas Grammenos Center for Shipping, Trade and Finance London. Also, he is a member of the Advisory Board of Banking, Risk and Intermediation (BRI), Research Centre of Durham University Business School and Executive Member of the Board of Directors of the European Cooperative Banks, Brussels.