Theodore Kyriakou

Theodore Kyriakou
Photo: Screenshot from Prva TV

Theodore Kyriakou is a ship owner and a shareholder of a global oil shipping business that can trace its history back over 150 years and has been owned by the Kyriakou family throughout. Further, he is a principal shareholder and Chief Executive Officer of Antenna Group.

He also set up and oversees an investment team that manages the financial assets of the Kyriakou family. He holds degrees in International Business and in Physics from Georgetown University, where he graduated cum laude and was awarded the Treado medal for Physics.

Kyriakou is a member of the Advisory Board of Cambridge University’s Centre for International Business & Management (CIBAM) and a Board Member of Endeavor Greece, a global non-profit organization supported by international business leaders. He sits on the Board of Raine Group, the New York based global merchant bank focused on technology, media and telecommunications. Raine Group manages Raine Partners and Raine Venture Partners, private equity funds focused on entertainment, digital media and sports, where Antenna Group is a cornerstone investor. In Serbia, he publicly presents himself as the owner of Antenna Group Serbia including B92, Prva TV, Play radio, and Vice Serbia (albeit through partnership).

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Theodore's father is Mr. Minos Kyriakou who serves as Principal at Athenian Sea Carriers Ltd. Mr. Kyriakou also serves as Chairman at Antenna Group SA. He is a shipowner of the Aegean Foundation. He also serves as Honorary Consul General of Singapore to Athens and of Poland to Thessaloniki. He founded Antenna Tv Sa in December 1989 and served as its Chief Executive Officer of Antenna Tv Sa from December 1989 to March 1999. He is a Chairman of Euroholdings Capital & Investment Corp., formerly known as Athenian Capital Holdings S.A.

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