General Secretary of Greece’s Ministry of Finance visits Melbourne

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A few days ago, Delphi Bank executives had a meeting with Christos Triantopoulos, Secretary General of the Ministry of Finance of Greece.

Triantopoulos was received by Delphi Bank on behalf of Jim Sarris.

During the warm meeting, Christos Triantopoulos referred to the past and current state of the Greek economy and analysed the challenges, difficulties and opportunities of the new decade.

Within these discussions, he made many references to the much talked about development of the old airport.

There was then rich conversation with representatives from Delphi Bank who exchanged views and laid foundations for establishing relations between the two sides.

Mr Triantopoulos visited Delphi Bank as part of his official visit to Melbourne, taking part in this year’s ‘No Money for Terrorism’ summit, which Australia has participated in since its first meeting in France.

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