Petros Geroulanos has over 25 years of professional experience in trading, sales and product development.
He has trained tens of thousands of participants originating from more than 100 countries working at 400 different companies. He has conducted workshops in more than 30 countries in Europe, North America, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
As former head of VEGA Structured Finance GmbH in Stuttgart, Germany, he introduced default-free ABS, ABCP as well as NPL transactions to medium-sized corporates.
His professional experience commenced with Swiss Bank Corporation and Union Discount PLC in Zurich and London. There, he was engaged in trading, selling and structuring FX, Equity Exotic and Fixed Income Derivative Products as well as their underlying cash instruments.
In 2014, he recognised the revolutionary character of FinTech and Cryptocurrencies. He researched the impact that the technological progress will bring. He can explain the changes that have already taken place, analyse the status quo of a business and innovate business models to make them future-proof.
Most recently, he has been conducting tailored FinTech trainings for commercial and universals banks in Scandinavia and Southeast Asia. He also trains and advises FinTech banks and technology companies in Europe and the Middle East.
Now, he is working with some banks, credit card companies, IT and Telco companies to innovate their business model by adding FinTech components.
Petros is also a visiting lecturer at SKEMA Business School in Paris, ranked 6th world-wide by the Financial Times in 2018 for its M.Sc. Programme running the successful FinTech programme. There, Petros is also supervising students in their FinTech research. Previously, he has been a visiting lecturer at Cass Business School in London and EMLV in Paris. He has published more than 400 articles in the Swiss media and co-authored two books and an interactive training programme on financial markets and bonds.
He speaks four languages fluently including English, German, Swiss German, Greek and French.
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