The company revealed that its fully owned US subsidiary will have a new board of directors.
US.- INTRALOT has announced the appointment of a new Board of Directors at its fully owned US subsidiary, INTRALOT Inc. to include three new Independent Directors.
The appointments include:
- Ambassador (Ret.) Thomas Miller, Non-Executive Chairman and Independent Director
- Mr. Daniel Rappaport, Non-Executive Vice-Chairman and Independent Director
- Mr. Nicholas Mitropoulos, Independent Director
- Mr. Byron Boothe, Director and Interim CEO, INTRALOT Inc.
- Mr. Nikolaos Nikolakopoulos, Director and INTRALOT Group Deputy CEO
INTRALOT Group Chairman and CEO Mr Sokratis Kokkalis stated: “I am very pleased to welcome three very senior Independent Directors at the Board of INTRALOT Inc. joining a very experienced team, in support of our efforts to strengthen corporate governance as a driver for growth and customer satisfaction.”
Thomas Miller is a former American diplomat and three-times US Ambassador, including ambassadorships in Greece, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and as Cyprus negotiator. He has also served as CEO of Plan International, a UK-based NGO, working to help children in developing countries; President/CEO of International Executive Services Corps (IESC); President of the United Nations Association; Chairman of the International Commission of Missing Persons (ICMP); and a board member of The Partnership for a Secure America. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Daniel Rappaport has served as Chairman of the Board/CEO of the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX); member of the National Petroleum Council (NPC); and member of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Global Markets Advisory Committee. He served as a board member of the Futures Industry Institute, a trustee on the Board of Trustees of New York Law School, and as an appointment of the Governor of the State of Connecticut on the board of directors of Connecticut Innovations.
Nicholas Mitropoulos is a political and business consultant who has previously worked with the Monitor Company. He served as Executive Director of the Taubman Center for State and Local Government at the Harvard Kennedy School, was the Director of the Forum at the Kennedy School, as well as Deputy Director of Institute of Politics at Harvard.