Capital market commission extends ban in short selling on Attica Bank shares

12 January 2016
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Greece’s Capital Market Authority on Tuesday announced it was extending a ban in short selling on Attica Bank’s shares in the Athens Stock Exchange as the bank has not yet completed its recapitalization process. Attica Bank has not completed the distribution of its new shares thus a date for the beginning of trading of new shares in the market is still pending.

This temporary ban includes clearing on intra-day transactions, ADRs or GDRs and warrants of the bank. It does not apply primary dealers making transactions in shares, derivatives, warrants and ETFs of the bank. The ban will be extended until January 25.

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