Nikos Christodoulou was appointed General Manager, Group Chief Information Officer at National Bank of Greece in September 2013; since November 2011 he was Assistant General Manager, Group CIO at the Bank.
Before joining NBG, he was Partner at Accenture, the global consulting and technology firm, where he was heading the Management Consulting Unit in Greece. He was also heading the Financial Services Unit in Greece.
During the 15 years of his consulting experience he has worked for many of the largest Financial Institutions in Greece and Eastern Europe, advising on large scale transformation programs, defining IT Strategies, conducting feasibility studies for technology investments, designing new operating and organisation models.
He has served as member of the Board of ICAP S.A. and member of the Advisory Committee of Attica Ventures.
He has been Chairman of the Greek Information Society Observatory for 4 years and Chairman of the Digital Aid S.A. for 2 years.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from National Technical University of Athens, an MBA from Warwick Business School, UK and a PhD in Decision Systems from National Technical University of Athens. Ηe has also worked as a Research Associate at INSEAD and at the National Technical University of Athens.