Alpha Bank SA (ALBKY.PK)
ATHENS, Aug 31 Alpha Bank and National Bank on Thursday reported weak second-quarter results, with Alpha making a loss on the sale of a Serbian subsidiary and NBG hurt by a trading loss.
ATHENS, Aug 31 Greece's fourth-largest lender by assets Alpha Bank reported sharply lower profit in April-to-June after taking a loss on the sale of its Serbian subsidiary, despite lower provisions for impaired loans.
* Q2 NET INTEREST INCOME RUB 10.29 BILLION VERSUS RUB 11.32 BILLION YEAR AGO
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) Link to Fitch Ratings' Report: Russian Banks Datawatch 5M17 - Excel File https://www.fitchratings.com/site/re/900688 MOSCOW, July 05 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has published the latest edition of the "Russian Banks Datawatch", a monthly publication of spreadsheets with key data from Russian banks' statutory accounts. The publication includes: - Balance sheet numbers as of 1 June 2017, as well as changes during May 2017 and since 1 January 20
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) Link to Fitch Ratings' Report: Fitch Affirms Greek Banks’ IDRs at RD; Upgrades VRs - Rating Action Report https://www.fitchratings.com/site/re/899939 LONDON, June 19 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has affirmed the Long-Term Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) of National Bank of Greece S.A. (NBG), Alpha Bank AE (Alpha), Piraeus Bank S.A. (Piraeus) and Eurobank Ergasias S.A. (Eurobank) at 'Restricted Default' (RD). At the same time the agency has upgra
ATHENS, May 31 Alpha Bank, Greece's fourth-largest lender by assets, was profitable in January-to-March for a third straight quarter as provisions for impaired loans declined.
* NBG earns 53 mln euros in 2016, cuts NPEs by 2.8 bln euros (Adds CEO comment, NBG results)
ATHENS, March 30 Alpha Bank, Greece's fourth-largest lender by assets, was profitable in October-to-December for a second straight quarter as improved net interest income offset higher provisions for impaired loans.
LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Iceland and Greece are rare examples of European countries experimenting with capital controls. Their approach to wooing back private investors is somewhat different. Iceland, which ended eight years of controls on March 13, seems altogether less starry eyed.