Hellenic Bank: Technological transformation

Hellenic Bank is the second largest commercial bank in Cyprus, with market shares of 13% and 7% in deposits and loans respectively. Recapitalised following the crisis, it is now introducing innovative measures to restructure its loan portfolio, rebuild its loan portfolio and enhance operating efficiencies. In this interview with GlobalMarkets, Hellenic Bank’s chairwoman, Irena Georgiadou, outlines the progress that the bank has made since its re-capitalisation and looks forward to the opportunities that are being generated by the economic recovery in Cyprus. Click the link to the right to find out more.

  • By Karla Bleho
  • 08 May 2017
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  • By Karla Bleho
  • 08 May 2017

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