Dr Konstantinos Vergos
Konstantinos Vergos is a Senior Lecturer in University of Portsmouth, having previously taught Financial Analysis, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Financial Management at a postgraduate level in the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, Managerial Economics in University of Kentucky, Financial Analysis in University of Torun, Poland, Risk Management for Financial Institution in National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, Financial Management, Financial Engineering and Multinational Companies Management for Doctorate candidates in the European University, Business Cycles and Financial Cycles in the Open University of Cyprus , while also taught Finance, Company Valuation and Financial Derivatives to candidates for the analyst professional certifications CIIA and CEFA. Konstantinos has more than 20 yrs of working experience, including a 14 year managerial experience in Banking/Brokerage sector, being a Director or Head of the Analysis & Corporate Department of four companies in brokerage/banking. He had been responsible for the management of funds of investment companies, and being a member of the Investment Committee of Brokerage companies. He is a certified analyst and has a systematic presence for the last 20 years in the Greek media and globally (Bloomberg, Reuters, Times etc.) as an expert in company valuation, capital markets and financial policy issues. Konstantinos has been Chairman of the Hellenic Association of Certified Stockmarket Analysts (HACSA), member of EFFAS from 2002 to 2010, and a member of BoD of HACSA since 2010. He is also a member of the Financial Management Association since 1995. He has award by the Institute of Management (UK).
Company Valuation, Stock Markets, Mergers & Acquisitions, Real Options, Credit Risk, ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance issues), and Announcement Studies.