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Distinctions 2014

Alpha Bank was named "Bank of the Year" in Greece for 2014 by ''The Banker'' magazine, the world’s premier banking and finance edition and a member of the Financial Times Group, at the awards ceremony hosted in London on November 27, 2014.
According to the jury of “The Banker”, the award goes to Alpha Bank due to the impressive recovery of its operating performance, underpinned by a superior capital position in the Greek banking sector.
Alpha Bank’s CEO, Mr. Demetrios P. Mantzounis, made the following statement: “The award is a significant international recognition of our Employees’ persistent efforts to successfully meet the challenges that derived from the adverse economic circumstances. Following the European Central Bank’s Comprehensive Assessment, we clearly stand out as the Greek Bank with the best-in-class capital base, demonstrating our ability to become a key pillar to the growth of the Greek Economy. Going forward, we focus on delivering our Restructuring Plan targets and restoring the Group’s profitability, aiming at the full privatisation of the Bank”.
he Investor and Analysts Relations Division of Alpha Bank was ranked according to the Extel Survey 1st in Greece for 2014 out of 25 Companies and 19th in a Pan-European level out of a total 105 Companies in Europe. The specific distinction is very important as the Survey, which is the biggest of its kind, is based on the votes of over 16,000 institutional investors from around the world.

 
 
 
 
 

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