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Overview of the Greek Banking System
Hercules Asset Protection Scheme (HAPS) - Originally envisaged to provide €9 billion in guarantees, HAPS has now been increased to €12 billion. What are the Buying Opportunities, Key Role of Servicers, Unlikely-to-Pay (UtP), Expected Recoveries and Role of Katseli Law
Greek Bank Strategies - Adapting to Market Demands, Repricing and Increase in Non-Performing Loans
Proposal of setting up a ‘Bad Bank’ - implementation of an Asset Management for deployment of extra tools to combat Greek banks’ high stock of NPLs.
Reforms & Workouts/Turnarounds – What can we expect to see in the next 12 months, New Bankruptcy Code
Creation and Implementation of the New Single Insolvency Framework
The Government's Emergency Measures to Protect Borrowers (Households and Businesses) Following Covid-19
Rebooting the Greek Economy with Hospitality and Tourism Plans to Reopen
*Interactive Q&A to follow
Fotis Kourmousis, Special Secretary - Private Debt Management (Ministry of Finance)
Analyzing the NPL Market and Future Transactions in a post-Covid Era
Secondary Market and Securitisation-Pricing Strategies – What Volumes Can We Expect for the Next 12 Months
Structuring Innovation Going Forward – How Deal Structuring Will Change
Investor Appetite in Greek NPLs Post-Covid – Will We See New Distressed Buyers Enter the Greek Market
Analyzing Project Cairo, Project Galaxy, Project ICON and Transactions on the Horizon.