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Athanasios I. Douros

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Athanasios I. Douros was born in Athens in 1967.

He studied Business and Management in
London Metropolitan University and was awarded the
degree of Bachelor of Arts.

He pursued a programme of postgraduate studies
in the University of Kingston  and he was awarded the
degree of Master of Business Administration
specialized in Banking and Finance.

He was also awarded the degree of IT Systems
Analyst and he has pursued a two years programme
of study in Marketing in the B.C.A. Business Studies.

He has attended many specialized professional seminars on loans and banking risks as well as on investments, administration and subordinate development.

He works as a banker, about twenty-five years, and at the moment he is General Manager in a cooperative bank.

He has also worked as a computer programmer and analyst, setting up a software house. He has written banking applications, trading and cost accounting applications and he has designed a technical analysis and data analysis program on stocks and many financial programs. He is an excellent user of programs of statistics and he has carried out a number of data analysis and multidimensional data analysis applications.

He is the writer of the books Banking in action which was recently published and The encyclopedia of banking which has been sold out.

He is collaborating with the PricewaterhouseCoopers as adviser in Banking and Financing seminars.

His articles have been published in financial magazines.

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