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HABA Postpones YPG Holiday Party

NEW YORK – The Hellenic American Association for Professionals in Finance (HABA) announced that their holiday party, scheduled for December 9 has been postponed. The Officers of HABA made the announcement via email on December 7.

The statement follows: “Due to the latest studies regarding the Omicron variant which suggest it is going to be more likely to have vaccine breakthrough events, the Officers of HABA have decided to postpone the Young Professional Group (YPG) Holiday Party. Until there is more information regarding this variant, we think the risks outweigh the value of our holiday get together. Your health and safety are of the upmost importance to HABA.

“We want to recognize the efforts of the YPG team, Alexandros Papadopoulos, Loukas Tasigianis, and Eugenia Valliades, as well as the sponsorship of KI Legal. We look forward to their leadership at future events.

“We wish you all a happy and healthy holiday season and look forward to seeing you in 2022.”

More information is available via email: [email protected].

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