The management team and support staff consist of 3 Managing partners, an office Manager and support executives. The Managing partners are all professional insurance Brokers, with a long standing history in the Greek Marine Industry, along with well trained executive and management staff the company is geared to support all its clients with their particular Marine Insurance needs.

The Managing Partners are Mr. Nicolas S. Apostolopoulos, Mr. C. Papadopoulos and Mr. L. Louloudis.

All members of the company have their particular areas of expertise and find themselves working as a team with the other memebers to achieve the best results.

Nicolas Apostolopoulos

Company Director and Legal and Marine insurance Consultant to the shipping industry. He has lived, studied and worked in the United Kingdom for over twenty-three years. His studies included ‘Economics and Business Administration’, in London and ‘Shipping Ports and Policy, and English Shipping Law and International Law of the Sea’ at the University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology at Cardiff.

Nicolas Apostolopoulos commenced his career in London by working for major Greek Shipowing companies. He remained in London throughout and the early seventies until 1992, after which time he returned to Greece.

Due to his vast experience in the Marine Insurance sector, Nicolas Apostolopoulos advises various Marine-specialized Banks on their Mortgagee Insurance requirements and Shipowners’ pre-drawdown insurance obligations. Such institutions include but are not limited to ALPHA BANK, AEGEAN & BALTIC Bank, MARFIN POPULAR Bank and T Bank. Furthermore, he also advises and arranges the Corporate lines insurances package for various specialised non-Marine Financial Institutions.

Nicolas Apostolopoulos is Vice Chairman to the Hellenic Committee of Lloyd’s Brokers Associates, member of the Chartered Institute of Transport, (MCIT), member of the London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA), and member of the Yacht Club of Greece and Marine Club of Piraeus. Finally, Nicolas Apostolopoulos has taught Marine Insurance, Carriage of Goods by Sea and Admiralty, all under English Law and Jurisdiction, at the School for Business and Education (SBE College) in Piraeus, annexe to Liverpool University, and at the European University in Athens, based in Switzerland; he also lectures on an ad hoc basis at the University of Piraeus for the Maritime Studies department.

Leonard Louloudis

Born and raised into a family with a long tradition & ties with shipping.

He holds a BA degree in Economics from McGill University in Canada and a LL.M. degree in Maritime Law from the University of Southampton in the UK.

Following completion of his studies and training abroad including military service, Leonard began his career by joining the North of England P&I correspondents in Piraeus as local claims manager in 1988.

His next step was to become involved in a dual partnership that co- established and run the Piraeus branch office of Lloyd’s brokers Furness-Houlder for several years, specializing in all areas of marine insurance services.

In parallel with the aforementioned operation, Leonard was also involved with Ahrenkiel (Hellas), the Piraeus business development office of the Hamburg based shipmanagers Ahrenkiel Group, before the latter consolidated their activities in Greece with their Cyprus operation.

In 1994, and in association with other Greek partners, he set up a new operation in order to expand activities with the acquisition and operation of three bulkers , however, still catering in parallel to the marine insurance requirements of his dedicated clients in association with his extensive network of contacts in the industry worldwide.

Since 2004 he has been focusing entirely into insurance broking and claims management as co-founder of Prorisk S.A., broadening his client base and eventually merging activities with Eurorisk Marine Services Ltd. in 2010 to form Eurorisk S.A. in partnership with old mates Costas Papadopoulos and Nicholas Apostolopoulos.

Costas Papadopoulos

Director of Eurorisk s.a. He is a Graduate of Economics from the National University of Athens (Π.0.Ε.) and holds a Masters Degree in Marine Law from the University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology (U.W.I.S.T.).

Business experience include, two years of teaching shipping law and marine insurance at the Business Centre of Athens (B.C.A.), three years in the shipping loans dept of Barclays Bank, fourteen years as an Average Adjuster (assistant director) with Richards Hogg Lindley(Hellas) Ltd, a short spell as a director of Heath Lambert Group, Piraeus.

Spiros N. Apostolopoulos

Spiros Nicolas Apostolopoulos was born in London, UK, where he lived for the greater part of his life; He studied and worked in the UK. He acquired a Batchelor's Degree from  the department of Electronic and Computer Engineering at Brunel University in London, where he later attained a Masters in the same descipline. For three years he also taught to undergraduates as an assistant lecturer at Brunel University.

In 2004, he was engaged as Project Manager in Greece in the Construction Industry till 2010. He joined Eurorisk in 2010, in the capacity of business development executive , at the same time becoming a fully qualified fellow of the Chartered Institute of Shipbrokers. He is also an Insurance broker having passed and attained the qualification of Insurance Broker and Insurance Intermediary from the Bank of Greece. He is currently high involved in Insurance Placement of Marine and Aviation Risks, at the same time actively involved in the Mortgagee's Interest Insurance for the Marine Banking sector.

Electra Apostolopoulou

Born and brought up in London with a Bachelors degree in Economics from Brunel University and an MSc in Insurance and Risk Management from CASS Business School (City University of London).Electra is a Chartered Insurer, qualifying as an ACII member of the Chartered Insurance Institute of London in 2004

Electra began her career in the Banking sector, at Citibank in London, and then continued to work for AON UK Limited in London, as a Lloyd’s broker in the Risk Management Services department, servicing the Insurance needs of large multinational companies with centralized global insurance policies. Electra came to Athens in September 2005 and has since been a Member of the Eurorisk SA team, specialising in placing and servicing Marine insurances, including but not limited to Blue water and Brown water Hull & Machinery, IV, War, and P&I, as well as Kidnap & Ransom, Corporate Directors' & Officers' insurance, Cyber and yacht Insurances.

Electra is also very actively involved in the placing, servicing and claims handling of Mortgagees Interests and Additional Perils Insurances for our Banking sector clients in Ship Finance.

Eleftheria Rousiaki

Eleftheria holds a Master in Industrial Management from Piraeus University and has joined our team 14 years ago, as an Insurance Technician and Broker. She is responsible for accounts handling and placing Protection & Indemnity/Hull & Machinery/ Crew Personal Accident/ Kidnap & Ransom and War Risks covers. Her experience allows her to cooperate successfully with Underwriters and Brokers in order to achieve competitive results for our clients.

Being with our team for so many years has enabled Eleftheria to become an excellent claims handler for all Hull & Machinery, Protection & Indemnity and Crew Personal Accident claims, from collecting necessary documentation for the submission of the claim to the final reimbursement of the same.

Premium allocation, cover evaluation, War premium calculation and providing all kind of risks quotations, are amongst of other duties she has, making her a valuable Insurance collaborator for our clients.

Esta Xydona

As an Insurance Technician & Broker, she graduated as part of Surveying & Geoinformatics Engineering department of the Technological Institute of Athens, Greece and holds a Master’s from University of Patras in Waste Management. Additionally, she is a member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS) of Piraeus.

Esta joined our team in June 2017 as an Insurance Technician & Broker. Her connection with the Maritime Industry has been acquired from working in the Marine Insurance sector over 5 years. She is responsible for Hull & Machinery,P&I, Crew Personal Accident covers, identifying opportunities to reduce premia through combinations of different products, claims co-ordination between clients and Underwriters/P&I Clubs, calculation of Additional War Risks Premium(AWRP)/ Armed Guards Expenses/ Crew War bonuses, processing and submission of full claims documentation, determining which charges/expenses/costs are eligible for reimbursement, negotiation and co-ordination of payments with all parties involved in the insurance placement.