Greek Investors' Group Requests Equal Participation in Banks' Recapitalization‏

Greek Investors' Group Requests Equal Participation in Banks' Recapitalization‏

The Association of Members of the Athens Exchanges (SMEHA) on Wednesday again demanded the lifting of capital controls in the country to allow Greece-based investors to participate in a round of share capital increase plans unveiled by Greek banks. SMEHA also urged Greek banks to find ways to allow the participation of domestic investors in their capital boosting schemes.
Spyros Kiritsis, president of SMEHA, in a statement, said there must be equal opportunities for Greek investors and stressed that the current operation of the stock market was distorted and not equal for Greek investors compared with foreign investors.


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