Corporate Synergies Group Names Pantelis A.
“Pete” Georgiadis Acting CEO
July 02, 2010 04:32 PM Eastern Daylight Time
MT. LAUREL, N.J.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Corporate Synergies Group (CSG), one of the largest
privately held benefits brokers in the nation, announced today that Pantelis A. “Pete” Georgiadis has been named
interim CEO. A member of the CSG board of directors, he succeeds Thomas Mangan, who has left the company.
“Pete has more than 20 years of experience in advising, building and operating distinctive business-to-business
companies,” said Lew Greenblatt, chairman of the board of Corporate Synergies Group. “He is fully committed to
maintaining the values of CSG and the continuation of its leadership role in the market.”
Georgiadis is the founder and CEO of Synetro Group, a private investment and advisory firm. Through Synetro he
has built multiple successful business services and web based technology companies as well as advised mid-sized
and Fortune 500 companies on growth, innovation and go-to-market strategy.
Prior to founding Synetro Group, he was chief operating officer of Lante Corporation. He joined Lante from
McKinsey & Company, where he focused on helping organizations create customer-driven strategies, operations,
organizations and technology.
“As one of the top privately-held benefits-only healthcare brokers in the United States, Corporate Synergies Group
is well-positioned to continue growing and providing unparalleled service to our clients in these challenging times,”
said Georgiadis. “The senior management team here is a strong one, and I look forward to working with them to
lead the company to even greater success.”
“The board has begun an aggressive, national search for a permanent CEO,” said Greenblatt.
Georgiadis holds a B.Sc. in Electronic Engineering from the University of Sussex (UK), an M.Sc. in Computer
Science from London’s Imperial College, and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
About Corporate Synergies Group, Inc.