Bank of Greece says NPE ratio up to 45.2 pct, provides more bad loan details
NBG sale of its 75 pct stake in Ethniki Insurance improves capital ratio by more than 100 bps
Bank branches fall in 2016, degree of concentration highest in EU
Alpha Bank posts net profits of 48.1 mln in Q1, Greek NPE formation turns slightly negative on write-offs
Piraeus Bank records net losses of 6 mln in Q1, further reduction in NPE stock
NBG net profits at 5 mln in Q1, NPEs drop for fourth straight quarter
BoG report reveals impact on banks’ capital from NPE reduction and loan sales
In its latest overview of the Greek financial sector, Bank of Greece (BoG) presented the outcome of two important studies that examined the impact on capital ratios from the targeted non-performing exposure (NPE) reduction and potential NPE sales.
Starting from a fully-loaded Common Equity Tier 1 (CET1) ratio of around 17 percent in June 2016, the exercise revealed that Greek banks’ CET1 ratio would range between 14.7 percent (worst case) and 20.5 percent (best-case scenario) meaning that they wo...
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