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State-controlled bank bailout fund HFSF will sell separately the stakes in National Bank of Greece (NBG), Piraeus Bank, Alpha Bank and Eurobank it acquired in turn for injecting about 50 billion euros ($56.2 billion) to recapitalise the lenders during the country's financial crisis. HFSF's 1.4% stake in Eurobank will be the first to be put up for sale, according to a banker with knowledge of the matter. "Eurobank will submit a proposal to HFSF to buy back its shares by the end of August," a second source involved in the process told Reuters.
Alpha Bank ACBr.AT, Greece's third-largest lender by market value, reported a net profit last year after a loss in 2021 on lower loan impairment provisions. Alpha Bank, which is 9% owned by Greece's HFSF bank rescue fund, reported net earnings of 398 million euros ($427.37 million) versus a loss of 2.9 billion euros in 2021.