Alpha Bank is the second largest Greek bank by total assets, and the largest by market capitalization of €2.13 billion (as of December 4, 2018). It has a subsidiary and branch in London, England and subsidiaries in Albania, Cyprus and Romania. Founded in 1879, it has been controlled by the Costopoulos family since its inception. Currently Ioannis Costopoulos, grandson of original founder John F. Costopoulos, and nephew of Stavros Costopoulos, foreign minister in the government of Georgios Papandreou, is the honorary chairman. On January 16, 2015, Alpha Bank requested Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA) from the Bank of Greece.
Index: OTC Markets; Sector: Financial; Industry: Regional Banks;
Marketcap: 933.89M; Volume: 105.00; AvgVol 3m: 59.90K; Beta: 1.16;
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Data update: 07.10.2020.