S&P highlights risks for Greek banking sector

Economy Tags: Ratings

Greek banks still face higher economic risks than most banking sectors globally, while the country’s economic prospects remain highly uncertain, S&P notes in its latest report on local lenders released on Wednesday evening.

Against this backdrop, the rating agency expects banks to book high credit losses in 2016 and 2017, despite the large loan provisions of the last five years. In addition, low interest rates, the high stock of non-performing loans (NPLs) and funding imba...

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