Dimitrios Kafteranis

Dimitrios Kafteranis is a PhD candidate at the University of Luxembourg, working on the legal protection of whistleblowers in the EU banking and financial sector. He studied English language and literature at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece) and completed a Master in European and International Studies at the University of Makedonia (Greece). In 2016 he graduated with an LL.M. in European Economic and Financial Criminal Law from the University of Luxembourg. Prior to his PhD programme, Dimitrios was a trainee and assistant of Judge Vilaras at the CJEU. During his PhD research, Dimitrios was an academic visitor at Trinity College Dublin, University of Antwerp, and University of Oxford, Commercial Law Centre.

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