Having over 35 years of experience in the Banking Sector, Angelos Sapranidis currently holds the position of Optima bank’s Chief Financial Officer.
He commenced his career in 1981, in the Accounting Division of Makedonia Thrace Bank S.A. and left the organization in 1991 as Deputy Director of the Financial & Accounting Division.
In 1991 he participated in the founding team of Egnatia Bank as Chief of the Financial & Accounting Division. He was then promoted to Deputy General Director and assumed the responsibility of the Administrative & Operations Department.
In 2007 he became Group CFO of the Marfin Egnatia Bank.
In 2013 he moved to the Financial Management of the Piraeus Bank Group and was assigned the responsibility of liquidating the assets of the Greek activities transferred from the Cyprus Popular Bank and Bank of Cyprus to Piraeus Bank.
In 2018 he became Deputy Chief Executive Officer in Investment Bank of Greece (currently Optima bank).
Mr. Sapranidis holds a degree in Economics from the Law and Economics School of Aristotle University, Thessaloniki.