Under the Patronage of H.E. the President of the Hellenic Republic Ms. Katerina Sakellaropoulou

Delphi Economic Forum IX

April 10-13, 2024

Nikos Antimisaris

Nikos Antimisaris

Nikos Antimisaris

CEO and Vice Chairman of the Board ERGO Insurance,


Nikos Antimisaris was born in Liège, Belgium, where he studied Business Administration at the University of Liège and holds an MBA from IE Business School in Madrid, Spain.
He started his career in the insurance market in 1994, specifically in Mapfre as legal representative and General Manager of Mapfre Asistencia's subsidiary in Greece. In 2001 he moved to the company's headquarters in Madrid, taking up the position of Regional Manager for Europe and the Middle East. Then, in 2004, he was appointed to the position of Deputy General Manager, with five regional directorates under his supervision and in recent years he has held the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for Europe and Asia for all MAPFRE Group activities in the region.
In July 2020, he took over as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of "ERGO Insurance".

Friday 12

  • 12.00 - 12.35

    The Future of Work: The Innovative Workplace, Smart Policy, Thriving Workforce

    • PEOPLE

    location_onLeto Hall | Amalia Hotel

  • 14.55 - 15.35

    Building Resilience: Supporting EU Member States in Climate Change Adaptation and Civil Protection

    • HEALTH

    location_onAhrweiler Hall | European Cultural Centre of Delphi

    Programming Partners: DG Reform & European Investment Bank

    Climate change is very real and severely impacts Member States, including putting a strain on civil protection systems, as made evident by the destructive floods, snowstorms, and wildfires across Europe. The EU strives to be climate-neutral by 2050, by saving, diversifying, and producing green energy supplies. At the same time, the EU, through the Commission’s Technical Support Instrument (TSI) and EIB funding, aims to support Member States in adapting to the new realities of climate change and in strengthening their civil protection systems.

    This panel discussion aims to explore Member States' actions for addressing the impact of climate change and strengthening civil protection, the relevant support provided by the EU, through the Commission's TSI and EIB funds, as well as the pivotal role of the private sector.