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National Bank of Greece S.A. Message Board

  • jpomper jpomper Jul 25, 2011 8:24 AM Flag

    NBG stonger than RBS, DB, CommerzBank,Barclays

    I just checked the EU stresstest results bank by bank;
    (actually only the 13 largest banks in Ger, UK, Fr, NL)
    here is the link:

    and NGB passed it with comfortable results above the 5% Tier1 Capital Limit Ratio requirements, in adverse Environment lasting until 2012.
    So, even in case of Adverse scenario....despite looming GGB partial 21% defaults, NBG will still maintain 7.7% Core Tier1 capital ratio.

    Here are the important NBG numbers:

    1)2010 Core Tier1 Capital Ratio to RiskWeightAssets: 11.9%
    2)2012BaseLine Scenario, Tier1 ratio: 13.6%
    3)2012Adverse scenario, Tier1 ratio: 7.7%

    Now, take a look at other "stable" country EU banks, their numbers are:
    Barclays: 10,10,7.3
    RBS: 9.7,9.1,6.3
    DeutscheBank: 8.8,8.5, 6.5
    CommerzBank: 10, 8.7, 6.4

    Summary: NBG is more stable than the any of the above banks according to EU stresstest.
    Just hold your shares strong.
    NBG will survive despite all destructive talks here, and will prosper. I still think it will be 10bagger in 2015.

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