Angelopoulos has more than 20 years of experience in private equity, entrepreneurship, and engineering, advising various funds, entrepreneurs, or corporates in their investment plans in South East Europe.
He worked with Englefield Capital, leading their origination in South Europe, and for Dresdner Kleinwort Benson’s principal finance and venture capital division, investing in USA and Europe. He started his career working for Commercial Capital, a member of Credit Agricole, investing in growth capital transactions in South Eastern Europe, having worked before in the area of engineering (real estate and infrastructure) with Bechtel, Dames & Moore and Hochtief – ABB J/V in USA and Europe.
In 2012, Angelopoulos joined the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School as an executive director of the Private Equity Institute with a role to develop further the institute’s mission with new innovative program courses, executive education initiatives, internship programs, lecturing materials (cases and models), the Finance Modeling Lab, forums, and events connecting the University of Oxford’s students and academics to alumni and industry.
He is lecturing at the University of Oxford's Saïd Business School and has been visiting as an adjunct professor at The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business (2008 - 2010), Imperial College Business School in London, and at Luiss Business School in Rome since 2006.
Angelopoulos received an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business (sponsored by Dresdner Bank AG), a master’s of science from Columbia University’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences in New York City (Gerondelis Scholar), and a graduate five-year degree diploma in civil engineering (structural engineering and computational mechanics) from the University of Patras School of Engineering in Greece.
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