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Piraeus Bank SA (BOPr.AT)

BOPr.AT on Athens Stock Exchange

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Fri, Jul 12 2019

Greece's Piraeus Bank considers Asian Pacific partner for shipping financing

ATHENS, July 12 Piraeus Bank is looking into a strategic partnership with a major Asian Pacific financial conglomerate that will help it provide financing to Greek shipping companies, Greece's largest lender by assets said on Friday.

UPDATE 1-Piraeus Bank sets up platform with Intrum to service bad loans

ATHENS, June 3 Greece's biggest lender Piraeus Bank said on Monday it had teamed up with Sweden's Intrum to set up a platform to service its 27 billion euro ($30 billion) bad loan portfolio.

Piraeus Bank, Intrum set up platform to manage 27 bln euro NPEs

ATHENS, June 3 Greece's Piraeus Bank said on Monday that it has teamed up with Intrum to set up a platform that will manage its 27 billion euro bad loan portfolio.

Greece's Piraeus bank profits fall in Q1

ATHENS, June 3 Piraeus Bank reported lower first quarter profit on Monday compared to the previous three-month period, hurt by higher provisions for impaired loans and lower commission and trading income, Greece's largest lender by assets said.

Piraeus Bank, NBG underwrite loan to extend Athens airport concession

ATHENS, April 25 Greece's two largest lenders Piraeus Bank and National Bank said on Thursday they will be the exclusive joint underwriters for a bond loan facility to Athens International Airport (AIA) of up to 665.6 million euros ($742 million).

Greece's Piraeus Bank grows Q4 profit, net interest income up

ATHENS, March 29 Piraeus Bank grew profit in last year's final quarter as net interest income rose, Greece's largest lender by assets said on Friday.

Greece's Piraeus Bank sells Albanian subsidiary

ATHENS, March 4 Piraeus Bank concluded the sale of its Albanian subsidiary Tirana Bank to Balfin and Komercijana Banka, boosting its core equity capital, Greece's largest lender said on Monday.

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