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Greek banks are under significant pressure to dispose their non-performing assets. They can choose between Greek Securitization Law and NPL Law to sell massively their loans.
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A number of measures imposing a short-­‐‑term bank holiday and capital controls are put into effect by the Greek legislator.
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The Purchasing Companies should at all times maintain a share capital up to 100,000 euros.
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Crowd‑funding is known as a new, accessible by the wider public way of funding a project, a goal or a business with small amounts usually through online platforms.
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Authorization process for Servicers and Purchasers of NPLs.
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Greek Parliament has passed on 22.5.2016 a voluminous bill with a series of reforms that paved the way for an agreement on bailout loans and debt relief discussions.
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By virtue of the recent amendment the exception regarding loans guaranteed by Greek State has been lifted.
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Bank of Greece has published the revised Code of Conduct for the management of non--‐‑performing loans held by individuals and very small businesses (businesses with turnover less than 1 million euros), ...
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The law covers investment projects that relate to a vast majority of economic sectors.
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Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos published a decision by virtue of which capital control measures have been substantially lifted aiming at the strengthening of the deposit basis of the banks in Greece.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
On 18 July 2015, the Greek Government passed a law ending the bank holiday period imposed on 28 June 2015.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
On 28 June, the Greek Government imposed capital controls in the latest development in the country's financial crisis. This has been imposed pending the referendum, scheduled to take place on 5 July, on whether people agree with the proposals of the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the IMF.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The EMEA Determinations Committee of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) met on Friday last week (9 March) to discuss the Greek debt swap deal and to determine whether the deal amounts to a "Restructuring Credit Event", thus triggering settlement under credit default swaps (CDS) referencing the Greek sovereign.
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Greek securities laws and regulations underwent a significant reform since 2003:
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Greek banks are under significant pressure to dispose their non-performing assets. They can choose between Greek Securitization Law and NPL Law to sell massively their loans.
Your Legal Partners
Greek Parliament has passed on 22.5.2016 a voluminous bill with a series of reforms that paved the way for an agreement on bailout loans and debt relief discussions.
Your Legal Partners
The law covers investment projects that relate to a vast majority of economic sectors.
Your Legal Partners
The Purchasing Companies should at all times maintain a share capital up to 100,000 euros.
Your Legal Partners
A number of measures imposing a short-­‐‑term bank holiday and capital controls are put into effect by the Greek legislator.
Your Legal Partners
Crowd‑funding is known as a new, accessible by the wider public way of funding a project, a goal or a business with small amounts usually through online platforms.
Your Legal Partners
Bank of Greece has published the revised Code of Conduct for the management of non--‐‑performing loans held by individuals and very small businesses (businesses with turnover less than 1 million euros), ...
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By virtue of the recent amendment the exception regarding loans guaranteed by Greek State has been lifted.
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