Amid efforts to help banks reduce NPLs, portfolio sales dominate drive to meet 2018 targets
APS option to help banks with bad loans seen gaining ground
Amid market turbulence, Greece searches for scheme to help banks reduce bad loans
Banks submit new NPL targets to SSM, with sales leading way in reduction drive
Mortgage loans a key piece of NPL reduction puzzle
Card transactions in Greece experience boost due to capital controls
Value of HFSF participation in Greek banks falls to 17 billion
The publication of the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF) interim financial report for the first half (H1) of 2014 showed a loss of 3.51 billion entirely due to accounting loss (unrealized capital loss) of 3.5 billion stemming from its bank holdings and warrants.
The outcome for the 6-month period reflects a loss of 4.96 billion euros in Q2 more than offsetting the profit of 1.45 billion posted in Q1.
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