Matthaios Troulis

1966 – 1970    Athens University of Economics and Business Matthaios Troulis1970 – Oct. 1972    Served in the Military as an Officer
Oct. 1972 – Dec. 1978    Commercial Director for Rokas Constructions S.A.. Rokas S.A. was constructing Electromechanical Installations such as overhead travelling cranes, gantry cranes, jib cranes, harbor cranes, container cranes and wind turbines with very significant exporting activity to S. Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Oman, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Libya etc..
Jan. 1979 – Dec. 1994    CEO of Rokas S.A.
Dec. 1994 – Jan. 2001    President and CEO of Progressive Finance S.A.
Mar. 1996 – Aug. 1998    CEO of Price Waterhouse Business Advisors S.A.
Aug. 1998 – Jul. 2004        Partner in PricewaterhouseCoopers S.A.
Oct. 2000 – Jul. 2004    President and CEO of PricewaterhouseCoopers Business Solutions S.A.
Aug. 2004 – Jun. 2007    CEO of Rokas S.A.. Aimed to find a strategic investor which was achieved on 01.12.2004 and the company was acquired by the largest wind power production company in the world (Iberdrola).
Sep. 2007 – today    CEO of Aristo Developers S.A. (today Zoniro S.A.) a subsidiary of Dolphin Capital Investors Ltd, listed in the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange. Zoniro is the Development Arm of DCI. DCI develops 63,000,000sqm of residential development and leisure integrated resorts in Greece, Croatia, Turkey, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, and Panama. Zoniro S.A. Hellas is managing the development of all the DCI projects in Greece with a total budget of €2 billion.


During the same period served as a President or Vice-president of the following companies.


Apr. 1994 – Jun. 1997    President of Marfin Classic Portfolio Investment Co. S.A.
Mar. 2000 – Nov. 2002    President and CEO of Selective Investments S.A.
Jun. 2000 – Jun. 2005     Vice-president of IBM BTO Hellas S.A.
Oct. 2000 – Aug. 2008     President of PricewaterhouseCoopers Business Advisors S.A.
Dec. 2002 – Jul. 2009    CEO of Fourtouna S.A.
Jun. 2004 – Jul. 2007     President of Greek Fish S.A.
Sep. 2004 – May 2007    Vice-president of Rokas Aeoliki S.A., a wind energy production company
    Vice-president of the Rokas Aeoliki Zarakes S.A.    wind farm
Sep. 2004 – May 2007    Vice-president of Rokas Aeoliki Thraki I S.A.
    Vice-president of Rokas Aeoliki Thraki II S.A.
    Vice-president of Rokas Aeoliki Viotia S.A.
    Vice-president of Rokas Aeoliki Thessalia II S.A.
    Vice-president of Rokas Aeoliki Kriti S.A.
Jun. 2005 – May 2007    CEO of Public Power Corporation Rokas Renewable Energy Production


Furthermore, during the same period served as a member of the Board of Directors of 10 additional companies.