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Rania Ekaterinari

Deputy CEO and member of the BoD of Public Power Corporation S.A.

Rania Ekaterinari is Deputy CEO of Public Power Corporation S.A. (‘’PPC’’) since January 2010, heading the corporate divisions of Finance and of Human Resources. She is Executive Member of the BoD & Member of the Management Committee. PPC is one of the largest, listed companies in Greece and the largest electric utility, running 109 power plants and serving more than 7.4 million customers.

Rania is also member of the Energy Committee of the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce. Previously, she was member of the Supervisory Board of the Greek Independent Power Transmission Operator as well as Deputy Chairman of the Energy Committee of the Technical Chamber of Greece.

Before PPC, and for more than 10 years, she worked in corporate & investment banking in London and in Athens at Deutsche Bank, BNP Paribas and Eurobank. In the 1990s, she worked in the oil industry for Texaco for investments in the Caspian region. At beginning of career, she worked as an electrical engineer in Greece and in Denmark.

She is member of the European Network for Women in Leadership (WIL). She is the first Greek woman to be announced in 2010 member of the global “Rising Talents Network” of the “Women’s Forum for the Economy and the Society”. She is also an Endeavor mentor.

She holds a degree in electrical engineering from Aristotle University and an MBA from City University Business School.

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