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Testimonial Videos: Aris Xenofos, Executive Chairman of the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund

Aris Xenofos is the Executive Chairman of the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF), also known by its Greek acronym TAIPED. The HRADF was established in 2011 to promote and implement the Hellenic Republic’s privatisation programme, with the vision to deliver long-term, sustainable results for the economy and society. Mr. Xenofos focuses on the accomplishments of the privatisation programme and its positive impact on employment. The revenue target derived from privatisations for 2020 is €2.4 billion, according to the Greek state budget. Mr. Xenofos highlights numerous investment opportunities with a focus on energy, real estate and infrastructure.

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