Lomar Transport, the delivery subsidiary of the Libra Group, has introduced the appointment of Dennis Psachos as Chief Monetary Officer. He’ll change outgoing CFO Manos Kouligkas who has been promoted to a brand new position inside Lomar’s mother or father firm, the Libra Group, a world enterprise group whose subsidiaries personal and function belongings in additional than 50 nations.
Dennis joined Lomar as its Deputy CFO in mid-December, and can now lead a monetary staff based mostly at its London, United Kingdom headquarters and in Bremen, Germany.
Lomar’s CEO Nicholas Georgiou mentioned, “Now we have been planning this transition for a substantial time and are delighted to verify the appointment of Dennis Psachos, who brings extraordinary expertise working inside the delivery trade and our international markets. We additionally look ahead to proceed working with Manos Kouligkas in his new position at our mother or father firm, the Libra Group.”
“It’s an honour to be appointed CFO of a revered delivery enterprise that has such an incredible heritage spanning 5 a long time. Lomar is already a best-in-class owner-manager of a various fleet and I look ahead to serving to construct on its success shifting ahead as an progressive trade chief,” mentioned Dennis Psachos.
Dennis is at present based mostly in Athens, however will relocate to London to hitch the Lomar staff at its headquarters in Belgravia. He has 12 years of expertise in delivery and was beforehand the CFO of Prime Marine, a outstanding delivery firm based mostly in Athens that invests in and manages oil tankers and LPG carriers.
Earlier in his profession, Dennis was the Monetary Controller of OceanFreighters, a well-established Piraeus-based bulk-carrier proudly owning and working firm, and previous to that, he was an Exterior Auditor within the Transport division of Ernst & Younger’s workplaces in Athens and Oslo. Dennis is a professional Chartered Accountant with the Affiliation of Chartered Accountants (ACCA). He holds a MSc in Transport from the College of Piraeus and a BSc in Economics from the College of Athens.
Supply: Lomar Transport