Alpha Bank announced an order for the issuance of a 4.5-year senior preferred bond, redeemable at 3.5 years. The issue is estimated at 300 million euros.
The underwriters of its issuance are BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, and the auction in question is expected to take place in the near future, depending on market conditions.
Alpha Bank also announced a repurchase offer for its €400 million bonds maturing on February 14, 2024, with a 3% coupon. In the relevant announcement, it also noted that the maximum level of acceptance will be announced after the pricing of the new securities and is expected to be at least equal to the funds that will be collected from the new issue.
Ο πόλεμος άνευ ορίων, η «ψήφος» των επιχειρηματιών, η «τρύπα» της πολεοδομίας, το «μικρό Ελληνικό» και το μπάχαλο με τις αντιπροσωπίες αυτοκινήτων
Large industrial property in east Thessaloniki sold for 9.237 mln€ in auction
Total arrears – dating back to 2010 - owed to 225 former employees of the insolvent company total 11.5 million euros
Alpha Bank raises 400 mln€ from Tier 1 issue
The issue was oversubscribed by 5.7 times
Eurostat: Jan 2023 inflation rate in Greece at 7.2%; 8.5% for Eurozon
Energy prices rose by 17.2 percent in the Eurozone
Air force confirms fatality of second pilot of F4 that crashed into sea on Mon.
A terse announcement said search and rescue operations have been concluded, with the collection and analysis of findings confirming the fatality
Jobless rate in Greece falls to 11.6% in Dec. 2022, from 12.6% a year earlier
Figures announced by Greece’s statistics authority (EL.STAT)
4.1R quake felt in Thessaloniki area
The tremor was felt in the greater Thessaloniki area.
Fitch raises rating for Piraeus Bank, day after upgrade of other 3 Greek systemic banks
The outlook on the Long-Term IDR remained “positive”
Mitsotakis from Tokyo: Investment grade rating will attract more investment to Greek economy
Mitsotakis reminded that the country is only one notch away from investment grade
Ellaktor reveals talks with pair of companies over possible sale of construction subsidiary Aktor
The companies identified are Wade Adams Hellas SMSA and Adamas Group Ltd.
Fitch upgrades 3 Greek systemic lenders
The announcement comes days after Fitch also upgraded Greece’s rating to “BB+”, one level away from investment grade