Vassili Apostolopoulos was born in Athens in 1972 and graduated from the Moraitis School. He received his Bsc in Management from the London School of Economics with first class honours and his MBA from Cambridge University. He also holds a PhD in Health Economics from the University of Athens.
Dr. Apostolopoulos is the CEO of Athens Medical Group, the leading health care services group in Greece and Southeastern Europe. The Group is listed at the Athens Stock Exchange (ASE). Dr. Apostolopoulos is also the CEO of G. Apostolopoulos Group, whose activities extend beyond health, insurance, real estate, and trade.
He is, moreover, the President of the Hellenic Entrepreneurs Association (EENE), member of the General Council of the Hellenic Federation of Industries (SEV), member of Greek Medical Tourism Council (ELITOUR) and member of Business Council of Greece – Qatar. He is, also, a member of the Advisory board of the Hellenic Observatory at the London School of Economics (LSE), member of the Board of Directors of the Center for International Business and Management (CIBAM) found at Cambridge University and a member of Chatham House in London.
Dr. Apostolopoulos is President of Hellenic Alumni Association of LSE (HAALSE) and member of the Board of Directors of “Athens Club”, the most historic club in Greece.
Dr. Apostolopoulos is also a founding member of Hellenic club “Dielpis Racing and Touring” and founding member and general secretary of the Cyber Security International Institute (CSIi).
He is the recipient of the “Giuseppe Sciacca” international award for his humanitarian work and has received a special honorary from the Mayor of Fournoi Island for his contribution to the local community. He has also received an award from the chief of the Greek Coast Guard for his contribution to the corps and by the Greek Police Union for his contribution to the policemen of Attica. Moreover, he has been recognized for his contribution to the American Greek Society by the Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater New York. In 2020 he was awarded the “Lifetime Achievement Award” of the British Council, given for the first time to a Greek.
In 2018 he received the Corporate Social Responsibility and Entrepreneurship in Healthcare Award.
As of March 2020, he is the Honorary Consul of Montenegro in Thessaloniki, responsible for central Macedonia region.
He is married to Roi Danalis and is the father of four children.