Tag: creditors

shares665 views

Creditors link one-bln-euro tranche with conditions to be met by Athens

Panos - Feb 13, 2019

Reducing NPLs held by Greece's systemic banks, accelerating privatizations and fully covering the state's arrears to the private sector - all standing demands by institutional creditors during…

shares779 views

CNBC: Greece tests creditors, markets with 2019 spending plans

Panos - Oct 03, 2018

CNBC on Monday warned of "another fight" between the current Greek coalition government with its creditors and markets, in a dispatch from Athens coinciding with the submission…

shares826 views

Creditors request lifting of injunction protecting Folli Follie’s assets; stake in mall possibly on selling block

Panos - Sep 11, 2018

Greece-based Folli Follie’s creditors on Friday requested the removal of an injunction protecting the retailer and jewellery accessory maker’s assets, after reporting overdue loans worth nearly 45…

shares1266 views

Creditors due in Athens to resume bailout review talks

Panos - Nov 27, 2017

Greek government officials will restart direct talks with international creditors this week, as part of the third review of the country’s bailout program. The representatives of Greece’s…

shares1194 views

Creditors “green light” 800-million sub-tranche to Greece

makis - Oct 25, 2017

Greece’s creditors are expected to disburse the €800 million sub-tranche to the embattled country, following the first meeting between the lenders’ representatives and Greek government officials. A…

shares1028 views

Creditors “green light” 800-million sub-tranche to Greece

Panos - Oct 25, 2017

Greece’s creditors are expected to disburse the €800 million sub-tranche to the embattled country, following the first meeting between the lenders’ representatives and Greek government officials. A…

shares973 views

Creditors’ top reps back in Athens on Oct. 23 to commence negotiations

Panos - Oct 10, 2017

Creditors' top auditors will return to Athens on Oct. 23, according to a schedule announced after Monday's Eurogroup meeting, with chairman Jeroen Dijsselbloem saying all sides involved…

shares911 views

Creditors maintain pressure on Athens for reforms as IMF role remains unclear

makis - Feb 06, 2017

European officials have indicated that they are still waiting for a move from the Greek government in terms of legislating agreed-to reforms, noting that negotiations have essentially…

shares890 views

Greek lawmakers approve pension bonus that angered creditors

makis - Dec 15, 2016

Greek lawmakers have approved a controversial Christmas bonus payment for low-earning pensioners that prompted bailout creditors to suspend a debt relief deal agreed upon only last week.…

shares786 views

Greece creditors depart from Athens on Friday

Panos - Sep 16, 2016

The talks between Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos and Minister for Economy George Stathakis with the representatives of the country’s lenders ended on Thursday with the agreement…

shares911 views

Creditors and gov’t aim to seal agreement by Easter but obstacles remain

Sokratis - Apr 09, 2016

Although the Finance Ministry insisted Friday that the draft of the agreement with the country’s creditors will be ready by Tuesday and signed by Easter, the result…

shares728 views

Creditors to return to Athens

makis - Mar 07, 2016

Greece's international creditors will be returning to Athens on Tuesday, according to government sources. The visit follows stalled negotiations between Greece and its creditors over the country's…

shares970 views

Return of institutions to Athens to be determined on “Super Monday”

ilias1 - Mar 05, 2016

The much-debated return of the institutions to Athens, in order to continue negotiations over the Greek bailout review, is going to be determined on “Super Monday”, the…

shares899 views

Creditor representatives to return to Athens on Saturday

Panos - Jan 29, 2016

Leading representatives of Greece's creditors are expected to return to Athens on Saturday for negotiations with the government ahead of a review of the implementation of the…

shares763 views

Creditors demand even stricter reforms in pension system

makis - Jan 22, 2016

The government’s pension system reform plans have met significant opposition in Greece, both in Parliament and in the streets, as demonstrations against the proposal are escalating all…