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Let the Recap begin! ESM releases €2.72bn for Piraeus Bank

The Board of Directors of the ESM decided today to release €2.72 billion to Greece to recapitalise Piraeus Bank. This amount will be subtracted from the €10 billion held in a segregated account at the ESM and designated to cover the Greek banking sector’s potential resolution and recapitalisation costs, part …

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Greece’s banks stress tests: ECB finds total capital shortfall is €14.4 billion

The European Central Bank announced today the results of stress tests for the four Greek systemic banks National Bank of Greece, Piraeus Bank, Alpha Bank and Eurobank. The ECB has found that the total capital shortfall of the four systemic banks is 14.4 billion euro which is much lower than …

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Greece to lift capital controls for those who bring money back to banks

The Greek authorities will try everything to get back to the banks what depositors withdrew before the capital controls were imposed on June 29th 2015. The financial ministry and its high-ranking state officials and interim government ministers are determined and will try everything to get the money back to the …

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Greece’s Banks Recapitalization to be Completed By April 2013

Recapitalization of Greece’s banks will need to be completed by end of April 2013.  According to TA NEA newspaper, Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras and Deputy Finance Minister Christos Staikouras discussed with the Troika on Sunday evening the terms and the time-table for the recapitalization of the viable Greek banks. It …

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