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Alpha Bank A.E. (ALBKF)

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Previous Close1.3000
Open1.3000
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's Range1.3000 - 1.3000
52 Week Range0.5240 - 1.3000
Volume100
Avg. Volume16,832
Market Cap2.093B
Beta (5Y Monthly)2.15
PE Ratio (TTM)16.25
EPS (TTM)0.0800
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
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    Greece's Alpha Bank will sell a 10.8 billion euro ($13.09 billion) portfolio of impaired loans and 80% of loan services provider Cepal Holdings to U.S. fund Davidson Kempner under a definitive agreement it announced on Monday. The sale of the portfolio, known as Galaxy, will be the second-largest rated securitisation of non-performing exposures (NPEs) in Europe after Monte dei Paschi's Sienna project, it said. The deal is expected to reduce Alpha Bank's NPE and NPL ratios in Greece to 24% and 13% respectively from 43% and 29% in September 2020.

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    UPDATE 1-Alpha Bank to sell 10.8 bln euro portfolio to Davidson Kempner

    Greece's Alpha Bankwill sell a 10.8 billion euro ($13.09 billion) portfolio ofimpaired loans and 80% of loan services provider Cepal Holdingsto U.S. fund Davidson Kempner under a definitive agreement itannounced on Monday. The sale of the portfolio, known as Galaxy, will be thesecond-largest rated securitisation of non-performing exposures(NPEs) in Europe after Monte dei Paschi's Sienna project, itsaid. The deal is expected to reduce Alpha Bank's NPE and NPLratios in Greece to 24% and 13% respectively from 43% and 29% inSeptember 2020.

  • Alpha Bank picks Davidson Kempner as preferred bidder for $12 billion bad loans
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    Alpha Bank picks Davidson Kempner as preferred bidder for $12 billion bad loans

    Greece's Alpha Bank said on Monday that it picked U.S. investment fund Davidson Kempner as its preferred bidder to buy a 10.8 billion euros ($12.81 billion) portfolio of non-performing loans in what will be Greece's largest-ever sale of bad debt. The sale also includes the disposal of Alpha's bad loan servicing unit, Cepal. Davidson Kempner has valued the assets at about 290 million euros, a source told Reuters on Friday.