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Central Bank of Austria VP joins the International Council of Greek House Davos

Barbara Kolm, Vice President of the General Council of the Oesterreichische Nationalbank, the central bank of Austria, has been appointed a member of the International Council of Greek House Davos

By: EBR - Posted: Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Greek House Davos is an independent, non-profit initiative that aims to enhance Greece’s presence and influence in the environment and network of the World Economic Forum.
Greek House Davos is an independent, non-profit initiative that aims to enhance Greece’s presence and influence in the environment and network of the World Economic Forum.

Barbara Kolm, Vice President of the General Council of the Oesterreichische Nationalbank, the central bank of Austria, has been appointed a member of the International Council of Greek House Davos.

Mrs Kolm is also the President of the Friedrich August von Hayek Institute and the Director of the Austrian Economics Center (AEC). Mrs Kolm is among the 100 most influential liberal thinkers in the world, due to her exceptional initiatives to promote free-market.

Greek House Davos is an independent, non-profit initiative that aims to enhance Greece’s presence and influence in the environment and network of the World Economic Forum. Greek House Davos promotes dialogue and networking between business people, political leaders and representatives of influential foundations & organizations within and beyond Europe, to promote Greece’s brand and attract more and long-standing investments.

Barbara Kolm’s participation in the International Council of the Organization is a vote of confidence for Greek House Davos to become a pillar of entrepreneurship and international investment cooperation, both at national and regional level.

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