Piraeus and Alpha forge ahead with share capital raises and securitisations

EconomyBanking Tags: Alpha, Banking, Piraeus
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Activity in Greece’s banking sector continues unabated as Greek systemic lenders proceed with their plans to improve their balance sheets and leave behind the legacy of the decade-long debt crisis.

Piraeus Bank was the first to tap the positive mood around Greece and the sector, through a share capital increase of 1.38 billion euros, following a three-day book-building process that priced the 1.2 billion new shares at the top of the range at 1.15 ...

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