Region: Greece

Greece’s Alpha Bank offloads €10.8 billion NPL portfolio, with White & Case advising

Greece’s second-largest bank, Alpha Bank, has agreed the sale of a €10.8 billion portfolio of non-performing loans to US private equity fund Davidson Kempner, following a governmental push to reduce the country’s NPL pile.

03 March 2021

Crédit Agricole sells Romanian unit, with Clifford Chance advising

Clifford Chance is advising Crédit Agricole as it sells its Romanian business to Greek-owned bank Vista.

13 January 2021

“A step towards returning to normality”: European short-selling bans lifted

Six European countries are ending short-selling bans imposed at the outset of the covid-19 crisis.

20 May 2020

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