Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc., one of the world’s largest owner-operators within the midsize dry bulk vessel segment, has announced that Costa Tsoutsoplides has been appointed as the Company’s Chief Strategy Officer. In this newly created role, Mr. Tsoutsoplides will have broad responsibilities in developing Eagle’s Corporate strategy as well as leading capital markets initiatives and overseeing ESG and investor relations. Mr. Tsoutsoplides will also retain his existing responsibilities, including mergers and acquisitions and vessel sale and purchase.
Eagle's CEO Gary Vogel commented, “I am pleased to announce Costa’s well-deserved promotion. He is one of the Company’s longest-tenured employees and has played an instrumental role in helping shape and implement our corporate strategy. Over the past five years, we have been able to completely transform the business through the cyclical uptrend, positioning Eagle as one of the leading integrated dry bulk shipowner-operators. More specifically, we have grown and revamped our fleet by executing S&P and M&A transactions encompassing 49 ships. While at the same time, we have successfully utilised the capital markets in order to source opportunistic growth capital and optimise the balance sheet.”
Mr. Tsoutsoplides joined Eagle in 2010 and has held roles of increasing responsibility, most recently serving as Senior Director, Strategy & Business Development. Prior to his entry into shipping, Mr. Tsoutsoplides spent a total of eight years at Citigroup, in both Foreign Exchange Corporate Sales and High Yield Debt Sales.
Mr. Tsoutsoplides holds an M.B.A. in Finance from New York University’s Stern School of Business, a B.A. in Economics from Boston University, and is a CFA charter holder.
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