Faculty and Staff

The Faculty consists of shipping professionals who combine high professional and academic standards. They are strongly linked with commerce and shipping, following up the latest market developments and needs.

They are all Institute members and have ben accredited by Education and Training Committee of the ICS.


Konstantinos Andrianopoulos started his shipping career in 2007, in the Finance Department of Motor Oil (Hellas) Corinth Refineries S.A. and in 2010 moved on as a financial analyst in global markets at Agelco S.A. In 2013, he became the Commercial Tanker Analyst at Navig8 Group in London. Since 2014, he is a Chartering Executive (VLCC, Suezmax, Aframax) at Olympic Shipping & Management (Onassis Group). He holds a B.Sc. first class honors degree in Financial & Management Engineering and a distinction M.Sc. in Energy, Trade & Finance from Bayes Business School in London, UK. He was also awarded with distinction from the Institute of Trading & Portfolio Management. He is a Tanker Chartering lecturer at HMC ICS Greek Branch.
Helena Athoussaki is the Head of ESG, Sustainability and Climate Change at Motor Oil Group.  She has 15 years’ experience in ESG, Decarbonization and Sustainable Development Strategies across sectors including Shipping and Energy. During her career, Helena founded a sustainability consulting firm, held Sustainability leadership positions in Sustainability within PwC globally and served in several executive roles at International Corporations. She has completed a full time MBA at ALBA, she holds an MA at Middlesex and Executive programmes at Oxford University Said and London Business School.
Constantinos Bitounis was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 1999 and is a member of the honorable society of Lincoln’s Inn. In 2000, having completed an LL.M. at UCL with Merit, he began practicing Shipping and Commercial law at Shaw-Lloyd & Co in the City of London, initially as a consultant and since April 2004 as a Solicitor. In 2004 he also joined the Athens Bar Association. In 2006, he became head of the legal department of IMS S.A. in Piraeus until the end of 2009. In 2010, he founded the Law Office of Bitounis & Co in Athens, Greece specializing in International Shipping and Commercial law litigation and arbitration. Since January 2015 he has joined the Solicitor firm Waterson Hicks, managing the Piraeus based office of the firm. Constantinos joined HFW in April 2019 as a Senior Associate in the litigation team of the firm’s Piraeus office. He has extensive experience in handling a wide range of shipping disputes, both Dry and Admiralty, with a keen commercially minded approach. He is a Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and teaches Legal Principles in Shipping Business and Shipping Law at HMC / ICS Greek Branch.
Tom Boothby

Tom Boothby, FICS, is a maritime professional with extensive experience in port services management and ship agency. Currently, he serves as the Agency Manager at Clarksons Port Services in the Humber office, specializing in offshore renewable services and providing significant support across various shipping sectors. With a career spanning over a decade, Tom has held various roles at Clarksons, including Assistant Manager and Agency Operator, and has worked on major projects of national importance, gaining valuable insights and experience from different parts of the UK. He is a Fellow of ICS and actively engaged in tutoring, particularly in Port Agency, contributing to the professional development of future maritime professionals. Tom is a member of the ICS Controlling Council and serves as an exam assessor.

With a career spanning over two decades in the maritime industry, Georgia Botsiou has established herself as a distinguished expert in maritime law, insurance management, and claims handling. Throughout her tenure in shipping companies in the period 1998 to 2011, Ms. Botsiou managed a broad spectrum of legal and insurance-related tasks. Her responsibilities encompassed the oversight of documentation for Loan Agreements, Charters, Fleet Insurances, and P&I Clubs. Since 2011, Ms Botsiou has been the Legal Director and Insurance Manager in a group of shipping companies, managing a fleet of bulk carriers and chemical tankers. She has been responsible for all legal-related aspects of the group, successfully handling a wide range of claims, disputes, arbitrations, and litigations, extending to ship financing, new building contracts, ship registration, and insurance, among other areas. She holds a B.Sc in Italian Language and Literature from Aristotetle University of Thessaloniki. Her pursuit of specialized knowledge led her to the University of Florence for postgraduate studies in Sociolinguistics. She further advanced her expertise at London Metropolitan University, earning a Master in Shipping Business, a Postgraduate Diploma in Maritime Law, and an LLM in Maritime Law. Completing her formal education, Ms Botsiou followed a Legal Practice Course with LLM in International Business from the University of Law, London, enriching her in Corporate Law, International Contracts, and Commercial Dispute Resolution. She teaches Maritime Law and Insurance at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
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Neil Davidson has over 30 years’ experience in the port sector, retiring in 2020 and retaining an interest in, and passion for the sector. A graduate in International Transport from the Department of Maritime Studies, Cardiff University, his initial industry experience included working for Lloyd’s of London and the Medway Ports Authority, Sheerness, UK. He then spent 8 years with the Port of Tilbury, London, specialising in market research and business planning. He was closely involved in the successful management buy-out of the port in 1992 and its subsequent trade sale to Forth Ports plc in 1995. He also gained freeport status for the port, acting as Freeport Manager for 2 years.He joined Drewry Shipping Consultants in 1997 and founded the company’s ports practice, contributing to both single-client consultancy work and publications through to 2020. His consultancy experience included participation in port projects in locations including Europe, Asia, the Americas and the Middle East. This covered assignments such as market studies, traffic and revenue forecasting, privatizations, strategic analyses and M&A due diligence. He was author and editor for Drewry’s port publications, and has spoken at numerous industry conferences and seminars worldwide, as well as lecturing students. He teaches Port & Terminal Management at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
Andrew Francis is a professional in ports operations and development with an experience of over 35 years. Experienced in operations delivery, business leadership and transformation, and most recently, in the Corporate Human Resources function of a global leader in port operations and trade facilitation. Has worked globally, including Middle East , Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, and the Caribbean. Andrew has been a Container Terminal Manager at Port of Bristol and Port of Liverpool. Then, he joined P&O Ferries North Sea, responsible for safe and efficient operation of 4 passenger and freight Ro-Ro terminals. He implemented major cost-saving initiatives and projects including implementation of trans-lifter / cassette system, dynamic labour rostering, terminal layout changes and rationalization of passenger terminals. He was responsible for vessel deployment – 4 x Ro-Pax vessels plus 5 x freight vessels, in liaison with Fleet Dept. on port services, safety management and incident management system. Andrew, then, worked for DP World as Head of Global Operational training and Development and as Director at DP World Institute. He was responsible for the management and delivery of all DP World Institute programmes and training solutions globally, as well as the leadership of all terminal business and operational initiatives. This role involved a high degree of integration and cooperation with the Talent Management team, Regional and Business Unit leaders, ensuring integrated use of resources to meet Corporate Human Capital objectives globally, and aligning L&D solutions to position-based competency standards and business needs. Now Andrew is working independently, on short, medium and longer-term global projects, advising and supporting related organisations in the development of people, resources and business activities in the ports, maritime and logistics sectors. He holds a higher Diploma in Marine Engineering from Glasgow Nautical College and MBA from University of Wales. He teaches Port & Terminal Management at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
Dr Konstantinos Galanis
Dr. Konstantinos Galanis has 27 years of professional experience and is currently Director of Operations at Dido Shipping Co SA. He is a Commander (ret.) of the Hellenic Navy, Educational Counselor and member of Impact & Crashworthiness Lab for MIT and Founder of Shipping for Kids. He is also the Chairman of the International Ship Recycling Association. Ηolds three graduate degrees from MIT, namely MSc in Ocean Systems Management, Naval Engineer and PhD in Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering and Applied Mechanics (the first non-American active duty Officer to receive such title in the history of MIT). He has taught for several years courses related to Naval Architecture & Marine Hydrodynamics. He is a member of ABS European Technical Committee and ClassNK Greek Technical Committee. He has published several papers at International Journals, Conferences and events and has written several technical reports, projects and a book. He is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and teaches Ship Operations and Management and Economics of Sea Transport & International Trade at ICS Greek Branch/ HMC.
Capt. Andreas Georgiou, upon graduating Leonteio Lykeio Patission, attended the Hellenic Merchant Marine Academy earning his officer’s commission and his Bachelor in Nautical Science. He served on board Bulk Carriers, RoRos and Cruisers as well as in various Navy units as a Naval Officer covering a number of different duties. He started his career ashore as an operator of handy bulk carriers at ADRIATICO Ltd. and quickly added chartering in his activities. After several years with Eurochart SA as a chartering manager and Ursa Shipbrokers in the same position, and after a couple of years as Managing Director at Grace Trading Corporation LLC, he is now the Managing Director of GREGALE (DRY BULK) SHIPPING, a company that operates Dry Cargo Vessels using own contracts and market cargoes. He holds an MSc in Marine IT applications and an MSc in International Relations. Among other academic publications in various subjects shipping and non shipping related, he has also published two papers on correlation of the BDI with other economic figures. He is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and teaches Dry Cargo Chartering, Ship Operations & Management and Port Agency at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
Elina is in shipping since 2007 with Holland Hellenic Shipping Agencies (HHSA), a leading shipping agency in Piraeus, where she is business development manager and chartering broker. Before entering shipping, she was in the corporate tourism sector for about ten years. Elina served as the Vice President at WISTA Hellas and a substitute member of the BoD at the International Maritime Union Greece. She holds a BA in International & European studies, a bachelor’s in business administration and hospitality management, an MA in international law & diplomatic studies and the ICS professional qualification. She is a Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and a member of theInstitute’s Training and Education Committee. She teaches Port Agency and Shipping Business at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
Cpt Ioannis Kehagias has over 40 years involvement in the shipping industry, having first gone to sea in 1974. He graduated the Marine Academy of Oinoussae in 1976 and after six years of sea service and a course in Shipping at the London School of Foreign Trade, he joined a London shipping company as operator and then as Operations Manager. After 17 years in London, he moved to Piraeus and established White Sea Navigation in 1998, where he is currently CEO. The company operates in the Supramax segment of the bulk-carrier market. He is a member of the Greek Committee of Class NK, the Greek Committee of Korean Register and the Safety & Loss Committee of The Standard P&I Club”. Mr. Kehagias is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers since 1985 and teached Ship Operations and Management at HMC / ICS Greek Branch.
Dr Konstantinos Kofopoulos is an Associate in HFW’s Piraeus office and acts principally for owners, charterers and P&I Clubs on both contentious and non-contentious dry shipping matters. His work spans a variety of disputes such as charterparty, bill of lading, FD&D and marine insurance coverage disputes in commercial London arbitration and High Court proceedings. Prior to joining HFW, Konstantinos gained experience working as an associate for another international law firm in Piraeus on English dry and wet maritime disputes, and has previously also worked as a claims handler and consultant in England and overseas. Konstantinos holds an LL.B. from the University of Athens, an LL.M. on English maritime law from the University of Southampton, and a Ph.D. on English marine insurance law from the University of Southampton. He is qualified in Greece, and in England & Wales. He teaches Legal Principles in Shipping Business and Shipping Law at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
Paraskevas Kousounadis is a Chartered Certified Accountant with extensive shipping experience in accounting and finance. He is presently employed as a Finance Manager by a long-established Greek ship management company. He holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Applied Accounting, as well as in Biomedical Sciences. He is a Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS), the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA), the FCCA Greek Advisory Committee, the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Greece, the Economic Chamber of Greece and the Shipping Professional Network of London. He is also a Certified Internal Auditor ISM-ISPS-MLC for Shipping Companies by DNV-GL. He has excellent knowledge of financial and accounting procedures, as well as a thorough understanding of financial audit and internal control systems both ashore and onboard. He teaches Shipping Accounting at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
George Lambrou is a Maritime Arbitrator and Consultant Solicitor Advocate (England & Wales) at Keystone Law, London. His focus is on insurance, energy and maritime dispute resolution where he has over 16 years of practical experience. He is also the Co-Director of Training at the European Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators where is a Fellow (FCIArb). He is a Supporting Member of the London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA) and is regularly appointed as an LMAA arbitrator in maritime disputes. George is one of only very few non-Russian international dispute resolution specialists who speaks Russian fluently and has extensive commercial and legal experience in Russia, Ukraine, Greece, Turkey, and Central Asia. He is also a fluent Greek speaker. He has degrees from the University of Chicago, Boston College and an LLM in Maritime and International Arbitration law from Queen Mary, University of London. He is a Member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and teaches Legal Principles in Shipping and Shipping Law at the ICS Greek Branch/HMC.
Harris Loukopoulos holds substantial expertise in all fields of maritime and corporate law, having acted since 1996 as General Councel for prominent shipping companies and dealt with complex maritime and corporate issues, both transactional as well as litigation. He has extensive commercial expertise in shipmanagement, voyage and time charters, sale and purchase transactions and the financing markets. He has been instrumental in the public listing (IPOs) of shipping companies in the US and in Singapore and has strong expertise in structured and project finance transactions and M&As. He has been involved in cross border insolvency and restructuring proceedings in the US, England and Greece, as well as variou shipping, marine insurance and corporate law disputes that have led to court litigation or out of court settlements. He is both litigation and trasaction oreiented and has a sharp business acumen giving him the ability to offer wide range commercial minded solutons. Harris holds a Law Degree from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and a Masters Degree in Shipping Law (LLM) from the University of Southampton. He is fluent in Greek, English and French. He teaches Legal Principles in Shipping Business and Shipping Law at HMC/ ICS Greek Branch.
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George Margaritopoulos is Associate Director at Richards Hogg Lindley (RHL) Piraeus and has also spent time working in RHL’s London office. He is qualified as a Fellow of the Association of Average Adjusters. He has previously worked as a spares and shipyards broker and also as a chartering broker. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Management & Technology from the University of Piraeus and an MSc in Marine Policy from Cardiff University.
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Tony Mason has worked in the shipping industry for over 40 years with extensive experience in the liner business, as well as representing the industry in its relations with international government bodies, the press, and the public at large. He spent 32 years working in many different functions for container shipping companies, culminating in the role of Director, Corporate Strategy, at P and ONedlloyd, prior the acquisition of the company by Maersk in 2005. From 2006 to 2010, he was Secretary General of the International Chamber of Shipping, representing shipowners globally on a wide range of subjects including technical, safety and environmental standards, employment issues, and promoting the image and reputation of the industry. Since 2010, he has been working with Drewry Shipping Consultants as an Associate, on advisory projects in liner shipping, ports and terminals, and logistics businesses. He is also Secretary of the International Support Vessel Owners’ Association, an international trade association for ship owners operating support vessels in the offshore energy industry. He is a tutor and examiner for the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers. Tony graduated from University College Oxford with a degree in Chemistry and holds a Certified Diploma in Accounting and Finance. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, and an Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers. He teaches Logistics and Multimodal Transportation at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
Amalia Miliou-Theocharaki started her shipping career in 2009 as a dry freight & commodities analyst at ICAP Shipping in London. She moved on to become a competitive shipbroker in London and Singapore until 2013. Thereafter she worked at the freight trading department of commodity giant Bunge S.A in Geneva until 2015. Amalia has been the chartering & sales and purchase manager at TEO Shipping Corporation, a ship management family business operating in the dry bulk market, and she now holds the position of Deputy Managing Director at the company. Amalia holds a B.Sc. first class honors degree in Economics from the London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) & a distinction M.A. in International Trade, Commodity Finance & Shipping from the University of Geneva. She also holds an Ad. Dip. in teaching children with learning difficulties. Amalia is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and teaches Dry Cargo Chartering at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
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Capt. Dimitris Ntatsios is a Master Mariner Class A’, a PhD.c of the University of the Aegean, holds a M.Sc. in Shipping, International Trade and Finance of the University of Piraeus and a B.Sc. in Economic Science of the University of Thessaly. He is also a certified DPA, CSO and SSO, as well as an accredited ISM, ISPS, MLC Lead Auditor, a Tanker Management and Self-Assessment (TMSA) Assessor and an unlimited dynamic positioning Officer (DPO) of the U.K Nautical Institute. He has been working in the maritime and shipping industry since 1994, by providing his services as a Master Mariner Class A’ onboard ocean oil tanker Vessels, as well as a chartering operations manager in ship owning and managing companies, operating in tankers oil market and he has worked also in the commercial operations, vetting, safety & quality, marine and claims departments over the years. He is a member of the Hellenic Master Mariners Union, the Port Captains Club, the Hellenic Marine Environmental Protection Association and the Greenpeace International. He is also a committee member of the Norwegian Hull Club, associate fellow of the Nautical Institute and a member of the International Institute of Marine Surveyors. He teaches Ship Operations & Management and Tanker Chartering at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
A graduate of Boston University in Political Science and International Economics with over 35 years’ experience in the Financial Advisory, Banking and International Shipping. Upon graduation entered the U.S. Armed Forces as an officer in the United States Army. Once being honorably discharged obtained further and specialized finance and investment education, working with internationally recognized financial institutions in New York; providing investment advisory services and sales of investment products. A native of Athens, Greece since 2004, has engaged in the International Shipping sector with renowned ship brokerage firms, developing substantial experience in Sale and Purchase and shipping projects across all varieties of ship types: dry, wet and special project business. Currently he is Director of Sale & Purchase / Projects department at Oceanus Tankers LTD. He teaches Introduction to Shipping, Shipping Business and Sale & Purchase at HMC/ICS Greek Βranch.
Close to thirty years of experience in the shipping industry with particular emphasis on the management and operation of dry bulk carriers. Seventeen years as a Superintendent Engineer at Chios Navigation Co Ltd in London and ten years as Managing Director at Chios Navigation (Hellas) Ltd in Piraeus. He holds a BSc (Hons) in Marine Engineering from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and an MSc in Shipping, Trade and Finance from Cass Business School, City University. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers, the Baltic Exchange and the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology. He teaches Ship Operations and Management at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
Stathis Rizopoulos is Chartering Manager at Gourdomichalis Maritime since 2020, managing vessels across the Panamax and Supramax space. Prior to that, he was a Freight Trader at Cargill Geneva for 6 years on the Supramax Chartering Desk, FFA Trading Desk and Market Risk Desk. He started his career in Boston at Veson Nautical: Commercial Freight Management Platform, building up the Trading and Business Intelligence software products. His education was completed with distinction in Mathematics and Economics at the University of Warwick and a Master’s of Finance at the M.I.T. He teaches Dry Cargo Chartering at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
Georgia Simiakaki is an Attorney-at-Law and has been a member of the Piraeus Bar Association since 2007. She currently works for VC Marine Claims Adjusters and Consultants Ltd. Her area of expertise is mainly Marine Insurance, Maritime Law, Corporate and Commercial Law. She holds a law degree from Athens Law School and an LLM in Maritime Law from the Law School of City University London, on full scholarship.She is a Fellow of the Institute of the Chartered Shipbrokers, an Associate of the Association of Average Adjusters and a Certified Insurance (Re) Intermediary. She teaches Shipping Law, Marine Insurance and Legal Principles of Shipping Business at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
Katerina has a long working experience in managerial positions in the fields of Shipping, Banking and Finance. She is co-Principal Organizer of the ESG Shipping Awards platform and holds the position of Executive Director with Investments & Finance Ltd. The company is a financial consultancy firm dedicated in providing financial and investment banking advisory services to shipping and corporate clients. Katerina’s career in shipping and finance started in 1986 with Athenian Sea Carriers, one of the traditional and prestigious Greek shipping Groups, and continued into Banking as Head of Shipping Finance for two Greek private Banks, responsible for setting up and developing their shipping loan portfolios. She also held the position of Credit Committee member of these banks. Katerina is a Jury Expert with the European Commission on Blue Economy and a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers. She is also Governor of The International Propeller Club of the United States, Port of Piraeus, Mentor and Clinical Professor on the MSc in Shipping Management program of the University of Piraeus, Lecturer on Shipping Finance at the Greek Branch of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and DNV Trainer.
Eva Tzima is currently the Head of Research & Valuations at Seaborne Shipbrokers S.A., a position she holds in the shipbroking industry since 2012. Her work has been focusing on the analysis of the Commodity, Freight, SnP, Newbuilding and Demolition markets, while she has also been cooperating with several European banks and Chinese leasing houses, providing them ship valuations. From mid-2009 until mid-2012 she was based in both London and Athens, managing a privately owned portfolio that invested in derivatives and stocks of energy and shipping companies. Prior to that, she worked for five and a half years at Trafalgar Asset Managers in London, focusing on private equity projects in the energy, shipping, and aviation sectors as well as in distressed debt investments. She holds a BSc (Hons) in Business Administration from the American College of Greece and an MSc in Risk Management & Insurance from the Bayes Business School in London. She is a visiting lecturer at Ship Sale and Purchase at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
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Simon started his career at a ship-owning company in Liverpool. He became a Ship Sale & Purchase broker, also in Liverpool, in 1993 before moving to London in 1997. In 2008 he moved to Greece to open and run HSBC Shipping Services Ltd in Piraeus. Despite moving back to London at the end of 2012, he returned to Greece in 2013 to open a new Sale & Purchase joint venture in Piraeus with Ursa Shipbrokers, reaffirming his longstanding commitment to the Greek shipping industry. A Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers since 1995 and member of the Institute’s Education and Training Committee. He teaches Introduction to Shipping, Shipping Business, Economics of Sea Transport and Ship Sale & Purchase at HMC/ICS Greek Branch. He is also a guest lecturer at the University of Piraeus, Athens University of Economics and Business, Alba and other Universities and Educational Institutions both in Greece and abroad.
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Adrian Wooldridge is Head of Projects at Braemar. He commenced his career in tanker shipping in 1989 at Ceres Hellenic Shipping (G.P.Livanos) and served as Chief Commercial Officer of Navios Maritime Acquisition Corporation from 2010 to 2020. He has also worked for 8 years at various divisions of Shell Trading where he served as Freight Trading Manager for Shell Western Supply & Trading Ltd. in Barbados with overall responsibility for crude and refined petroleum products’ freight trading. Adrian holds a Master’s in Business Administration with distinction from Warwick Business School in the UK and in 2018 he completed a Graduate Diploma in Law. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and teaches Tanker Chartering at HMC/ICS Greek Branch.
Tina holds a BA in Political Science from the University of California at Riverside and an MSc in Teaching English as a Second Language from California State University at Fullerton, where she specialized in Second Language Acquisition and did my Master’s Thesis in Content-Based Language Instruction. Tina also holds a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential from California State University at San Bernardino which gives her the license to teach in all primary and secondary schools in California. In the United States, Tina taught in the American Culture and Language Program at California State University, San Bernardino for five years and taught academic English to foreign students pursuing both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees as well as the being responsible for selection of course materials, curriculum design and the use of authentic materials in the language classroom For the last  20 years in Greece, she has had  extensive experience in teaching English to adults, mainly Business and tailor-made English language programs to executives in all industries and sectors, such as banking and finance, shipping and maritime, pharmaceutical, sales and marketing, etc. At Benefit Language Programmes and Services, apart from her teaching responsibilities, she is fully responsible for the operation of our executive language programs in all languages, including placement of students, selection and creation of materials, recruitment of teachers, supervision of courses and content, testing, assessment and teacher training and development.  Duties also include the liaison with companies to fulfill both educational and business goals.


The Management & Staff of HMC have strong academic background and high professional expertise within the shipping industry, professional training and human resources’ services.


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Natalia Margioli

Natalia Margioli is the Founder and the Managing Director of the Hellenic Management Centre since 1999. She holds a BA in Business Administration and an MBA in Business. She is Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers; Mrs. Margioli is the Vice Chair of the ICS Greek Branch.

She is a board member of the ICS Executive and Controlling Council.