Dr Nick Antypas comments on the Greek banking sector
In his interview with S&P Global, Dr Nikolaos Antypas comments on Greek banks and the Greek economy.
High levels of nonperforming loans (NPLs) and a weak deposit base are two problems which have affected Greece's 'big four' banks since the 2009 global financial crisis. Dr Nick Antypas comments on the commendable pace that banks are reducing NPLs.
He also suggests that the transfer of funds across businesses will stimulate economic activity, creating domino effects. Read the full piece here.
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