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HABA Announces Newly Elected Officers for 2021-2022

NEW YORK – The Officers and Directors of the Hellenic American Association for Professionals in Finance (HABA) on June 30 announced the results of their annual elections.

Election of Officers for 2021-2022

President: Robert Savage, BNY Mellon

Vice President: Chris Thomas, Simon Quick Advisors LLC

Treasurer: Costas Kellas, Objecutive, Inc.

Secretary: Panagiota Mahendru, Center for Employment Opportunities Inc.

Election of Directors

The following Directors were elected for 2-year terms:

Nick Lionas, Marsh Private Client Services

Alexandros Papadopoulos, Papadopoulos Group Inc.

The Officers & Directors of HABA added: “We wish you all a wonderful summer and look forward to seeing you for a Members social event in the Fall. Keep an eye out for a save the date soon!”

More information about HABA is available online: https://www.haba.org.

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