LONDON, September 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --
European Business Magazine announced today that Ms. Marianna Politopoulou, Chairman of BoD & CEO of NN Hellas, has won the "CEO of the Year Award 2018 - Insurance Industry".
The voting process took place between January and April 2018, and the votes were cast electronically from the magazine's subscribers. This year the voting process received approximately 28,000 votes in total. The specific award-category was an extremely competitive one, as it included leading CEOs from other Insurance companies in Europe, such as Axa and Zurich who received the 2nd and 3rd place respectively.
Ms. Marianna Politopoulou took over as Chairman of BoD & CEO of NN Hellas in May 2016 and has completed, since then, a challenging turnaround which led to the establishment of a new corporate culture, record high sales and increased value for the company' shareholders. Her results-driven management profile, alignment with NN values and ability to connect with people with consistency and transparency are the primary reasons European Business Magazine readers voted for Ms. Politopoulou among strong competition from other countries.
Since 1998, Ms. Marianna Politopoulou has held several CEO & General Manager level positions in Greece and abroad at, amongst others, EFG Eurobank, Inchape Hellas Group, Credit Agricole Indosuez Luxembourg, and National Bank of Greece. Her expertise derives from her extensive and diverse senior management experience and profound knowledge of the financial industry.
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European Business Magazine, Europe's leading subscriber base magazine, enjoys a distribution network that includes some of the most prominent decision-makers across Europe. Both the magazine and the website are committed to the highest standards of journalism and have built up a coveted reputation for excellence. The magazine has a readership of approximately 90,000 readers who are senior corporate executives and decision-makers of some of the leading businesses across Europe.
SOURCE European Business Magazine