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Piraeus Bank S A : H1.2020 FINANCIAL RESULTS

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08/04/2020 | 03:57pm GMT

H1.2020

FINANCIAL

RESULTS

Pre Tax Profit of €125mn in Q2.2020

and Continued Progress in Fundamentals

Responsiveness to Support Clients and Employees During Covid-19 Crisis

  • New loan disbursements at €3.5bn year-to-date, covering increased credit demand
  • Total Bank participation in the "Guarantee Fund for Covid-19" at €1.0bn; on top, €0.4bn financing through the "TEPIX II" programme for new lending to impacted SMEs
  • Loans under moratoria to performing customers at €4bn, supporting them to address liquidity issues due to Covid-19 outbreak
  • Private sector deposits up by €0.8bn in H1.2020
  • Accelerated digital penetration, 4x increase in weekly winbank registrations since early-March 2020 vs last year; 94% of total transactions executed via winbank vs 89% last year
  • Piraeus responsiveness to address Covid-19 crisis, acknowledged by both customers and employees o In recent client satisfaction survey (TRI*M), Piraeus Bank ranked in the top 10% of the European
    benchmark
    o Bank employees totally satisfied with the way the Bank handled the Covid-19 pandemic crisis (high satisfaction rate of 81% as per recent pulse survey)

H1.2020 Financial Performance Exhibits Solid Operating Trends

  • Net interest income at €727mn, +1% yoy
  • Net fee income at €151mn, +3% yoy
  • Operating expenses at €428mn, -10% yoy on a like-for-like basis
  • Reported pre-provision income at €470mn, +17% yoy
  • Impairments increased to €670mn in H1.20, driven by €341mn Covid-19 related charges that incorporate the impact of the new macroeconomic environment to the Bank's portfolio
  • Excluding the aforementioned Covid-19 impact for H1.2020, pre-tax profit stood at €126mn compared to €57mn in the same period last year

Capital & Liquidity Profile; NPE Portfolio Developments

  • Total capital ratio at 16.0% and CET-1 ratio at 14.0%
  • Strong liquidity coverage ratio at 169%, loan-to-deposit ratio at 83%
  • Organic ΝPE de-risking continues unabated: stock reduction of €1.1bn ytd
  • Binding offer received for €0.6bn unsecured NPE portfolio (Iris)

Η1.2020 FINANCIAL RESULTS

Management Statement

"In the second quarter of the year, we faced what we hope to be the peak of the pandemic crisis, along with the gradual unwinding of the restrictive measures, while in June, the opening of various sectors of the economy gathered pace. Throughout this period, we continued placing the utmost emphasis on the safety of our clients and our employees.

Piraeus Bank provided support to its clients by granting new loans of €3.5bn year-to-date, covering heightened credit demand. In cooperation with the Hellenic Development Bank, Piraeus participated in the "Guarantee Fund for Covid-19", aiming to facilitate SMEs and Corporates with €1.0bn working capital, and in the "TEPIX II" lending facility, providing financing of €0.4bn. Piraeus Bank is prepared for the new installment subsidy program for impacted borrowers for their outstanding primary residence mortgages. The Bank's loans under debt moratoria granted to performing customers amount to €4bn. New demand for moratoria is gradually flattening out, given the State sponsored facilities that have become available.

Asset quality trends remain on track with the proactive measures we have taken. During the second quarter of the year, we reduced the NPE stock by €0.8bn. On top, we continue working on the inorganic part of our NPE strategy. On the €2bn Phoenix mortgage NPE securitization, pre-rating has been assigned confirming senior tranche size, while on the €5bn Vega transaction, business plan and pre-rating phase are under way. Furthermore, in late July we have received a binding offer for the €0.6bn Iris unsecured NPE portfolio.

Our capital position has improved in the second quarter of 2020. Total regulatory capital ratio was at 16.0% on a phased-in approach compared to 15.1% in March 2020, with the CET1 ratio at 14.0% vs 13.1% in the previous quarter.

Piraeus Bank recorded solid results in H1.2020. Net interest income and net fees grew by +1% and +3% year- on-year respectively, while operating expenses on a like-for-like basis were reduced by 10% year-on-year.Pre-provision income stood at €470mn, up 17% growth compared to the same period last year. Impairments increased to €670mn in H1.20, driven by €341mn Covid-19 related charges. All in all, pre-tax result stood at a loss of €215mn having incorporated the pandemic impact in H1.2020; when excluding this, pre-tax profit was €126mn.

We continue working on the Bank's transformation plan to be fully rolled out by Q4 this year. Our aspiration calls for a lean, efficient, de-risked and profitable bank for the benefit of our shareholders, employees and the Greek economy, and we remain committed in attaining this goal."

Christos Megalou, Chief Executive Officer

2 | 4 August 2020

Η1.2020 FINANCIAL RESULTS

P&L Highlights: Satisfactory trends in all lines

Resilient NII on the back of reduced funding costs

Fees and trading income displayed resiliency

Operating expenses further reduced

Growth on pre provision income

Loan impairments in line with FY2020 guidance

Bottom line improved qoq

Net Interest Income (NII) in Q2.2020 reached €367mn, 2% higher yoy and qoq. Interest expenses have been particularly supportive, -17% yoy and -7% qoq. The significant containment of deposit costs and the utilisation of the ECB LTRO/TLTRO facilities practically absorbed the costs of the two T2 issues. Further, new time deposits rate dropped to 20bps in Q2.2020 compared to 26bps in Q1.2020. The new loan generation, as well as the increasing fixed income portfolio, are also contributing to the resiliency of the NII line. Net Interest Margin in Q2.2020 stood at 2.3% from 2.4% in Q1.2020, reflecting the increased asset base of the Bank.

Net Fee and Commission Income (NFI) in Q2.2020 increased to €80mn, +3% yoy and 12% higher qoq. Main contributors were the new loan generation, as well as increased asset management/private banking and investment banking fees. NFI over assets in Q2.2020 stood at 0.5% up 3bps compared to Q1.2020. The Bank more than recuperated the losses incurred in Q1.2020 in its trading portfolio due to the market volatility.

Reported operating expenses in Q2.2020 reached €225mn (-14% yoy and -1% qoq), including the asset management fee paid to the NPE servicer. If this fee and the VES costs in Q2.2019 are excluded, operating expenses are down -13% yoy and -1% qoq. The cost-to-income ratio stood at 44% in Q2.2020 vs 55% in Q1.2020. Staff costs declined by 24% yoy as the Bank is reaping the benefits of the carve-out of the NPE servicing platform and the 2019 VES. In all, Piraeus Bank remains on track to reduce operating expenses by a mid single-digit rate in FY.2020, after a 6% recurring decrease in 2019.

Pre provision income reached €285mn in Q2.2020 from €187mn a year ago, an increase of 52% yoy. In addition, NII plus NFI minus recurring OpEx in Q2.2020 stood at €222mn, 17% higher yoy and 9% qoq, demonstrating the strength of the Bank's core franchise.

The Q2.2020 impairment charges stood at €160mn from €153mn during the same period last year, broadly at the same underlying level. Loan impairments were €142mn and €146mn respectively. Cost of risk as a percentage of net loans stood at 137bps compared to 153bps underlying cost of risk in Q2.2019. Other impairments stood at €18mn compared to €7mn in Q2.2019. Overall, for H1.2020 impairments stood at €670mn, of which €580mn for loans and €90mn for other assets. The Covid-19 related charges were €274mn and €67mn respectively.

Pre-tax result in Q2.2020 stood at €125mn compared to losses of €340mn in Q1.2020 (including the Covid-19 impairment impact of €324mn). Group net profit amounted to €82mn in Q2.2020, compared to €19mn net profit in Q2.2019 and losses of €232mn in Q1.2020.

Further information on the financials & KPIs of Piraeus Bank can be found on the H1 2020 Results Presentationand the Six-Month2020 Financial Report.The latter will be available on the Bank's website as of 7th August 2020.

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Η1.2020 FINANCIAL RESULTS

Balance Sheet Highlights: Core Bank Loan Growth and Strong Liquidity

Customer deposits up 2% yoy at lower cost

Improved liquidity and funding profile with LCR at 169%

Performing loan book expands year-to-date

Capital ratios at satisfactory level moving upwards

NPE reduction continues

NPE inorganic activity

Customer deposits amounted to €45.7bn at the end of June 2020, up 2% yoy. Private sector deposits increased by €0.8bn year-to-date, with improvement in all retail customer segments similarly to the trends witnessed across economies in Europe. The improvement in liquidity has made the Bank more cost conscious in the last quarters, in its effort to reach a balance between attracting deposits and reducing its interest expenses.

Eurosystem funding increased to €7.0bn as at 30 June 2020 from €0.4bn as at 31 December 2019, through the utilisation of ECB's longer-term refinancing operations (TLTRO) funding facility. This followed the Bank's decision to take advantage of lower Eurosystem funding costs and switch interbank repo positions to ECB TLTRO. Consequently, utilisation of the interbank repo market was reduced to only €0.1bn as at 30 June 2020. Piraeus Bank increased its Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) further to 169% as at 30 June 2020 compared to 117% at the end December 2019.

Gross loans before impairments and adjustments amounted to €48.3bn at the end of June 2020, while net loans amounted to €37.8bn. The Bank's domestic performing loan book increased by €0.4bn in Q2.2020 and €0.8bn year-to-date, with business lending driving the growth (+€0.9bn year-to-date). Loan disbursements reached €2.6bn until end of June 2020, on track with our €5bn new loan origination target for 2020. The Group's net loan-to-deposit ratio further improved to 83% vs 85% a year earlier.

The Common Equity Tier 1 (CET1) ratio of the Group as at 30 June 2020 was at 14.0%, while total capital stood at 16.0%. Fully loaded CET1 and total capital ratio stood at 11.5% and 13.5% respectively. Pro-forma for the anticipated change in the prudential valuation of software and the expected RWA relief from the held-for-sale NPE portfolios, total capital ratio stands at 16.1% and CET1 ratio at 14.1%.

NPEs dropped for the 18th consecutive quarter and stood at €23.3bn at the end of June 2020 down from €24.5bn at 31 December 2019. The NPE coverage by cumulative provisions ratio stood at 45%. Total NPE inflows were lower qoq in Q2.2020, while the pace of NPE curing and restructuring remained intact.

Binding offer received for €0.6bn unsecured NPE portfolio Iris in late July. On the €2bn Phoenix mortgage NPE securitization, pre-rating has been assigned confirming senior tranche size, while on the €5bn Vega transaction, business plan and pre-rating phase are under way.

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Η1.2020 FINANCIAL RESULTS

Decisive Response Against Covid-19 to Safeguard Interests of All Stakeholders

Piraeus Bank, acting responsibly as per its ESG agenda, is contributing to the containment of the spread of Covid-19, as well as to the mitigation of any related impact. Piraeus Bank, in collaboration with the Hellenic Banking Association, closely monitors the developments and cooperates with the Government and the Supervisory Authorities in order to help address the negative effects of the coronavirus pandemic and the disruption of economic activity.

Debt Moratoria

The Hellenic Banking Association announced its support to businesses and individuals (employees, self-employed and sole proprietors) affected by Covid-19. For individuals, Greek banks offer a suspension of the installments of non-NPLs for a period of three months, with an option of extending the suspension until year-end. For the affected businesses respectively, the banks offer a suspension of the payment of the capital installments of performing loans. Implemented debt moratoria by Piraeus Bank amount to €4bn, of which, half relate to retail and half to business clients.

Greek State support programs

In order to support its customers, Piraeus Bank actively participates in the execution of financing programmes of the Greek State through the provision of guarantees and interest rate subsidies. Within the framework of the sub-program of the Hellenic Development Bank "Guarantee Fund for Covid-19" aiming to facilitate SMEs and corporates with working capital, Piraeus Bank has been allocated a total amount of €1.0bn out of a total of €3.6bn for the market. In the program sponsored by the Ministry of Development for 2-year interest rate subsidy to new financing to medium-sized and small enterprises affected by the pandemic, the Bank participated with 3.2k approved loan requests for an amount of €0.4bn over a total of €1.4bn for the Greek market. The Greek Ministry of Finance announced a new programme ("Gefyra") for the support of mortgage loan borrowers that will cover both performing and non-performing exposures impacted by Covid-19. The budget cost will be around €1bn. All eligible borrowers will be able to apply for the new programme from early August until 30 September 2020. For Piraeus Bank the eligible impacted borrowers portfolio is estimated at €1.2-1.4bn out of €1.6bn implemented moratoria.

Technology & digital banking

Actions to support society

Clients are embracing and benefiting from solutions provided by the Bank's digital and mobile operations. Record numbers of new registrations continue to take place, while the overall digital usage has increased.

Piraeus Bank proceeded to the donation of emergency health equipment (20 ventilators), selected according to the instructions provided by the Ministry of Health. Piraeus Bank also engaged its customers to participate in the collective effort utilising the online "Pay & Save" service. At a certain time, depositors saved €0.4mn and the Bank offered the equivalent amounts for needs arising from the pandemic. In order to support vulnerable groups of people, the Bank announced the disposal of 26 equipped and functional homes in Attica, Thessaloniki and Patras for the use of cancer patients, as well as their relatives and escorts in cooperation with the Hellenic Cancer Federation, under the auspices of the Ministry of Health.

Employees

Piraeus Bank is in close cooperation with the appropriate authorities, and has adopted

designated protocols, implementing all necessary measures that are recommended for

prevention and protection of its employees, setting as primary goal their wellbeing and

health safety. The plan for employee gradual return to offices has been aligned with the

scientific data and the guidelines provided. At all times, the proposed safety distances have

been adopted, while actions and measures have been determined that aim to rationalize the

management of customer presence in the branch network. Furthermore, digital

communication tools are used and effective remote work practices have been adopted,

actively contributing to the maintenance of the Bank's operational continuity in the midst of

the pandemic crisis. Effective practices are developed for work-from-home that

approximately 15% of total workforce is using at the moment, aiming at high performance

and accountability. Innovative communication channels are being engaged, so that all

employees have access to information at all times ("connected" portal). Piraeus' digital

learning platform has been upgraded, utilizing new technologies and ensuring access to all.

The Bank's new learning environment is called "The Upgreat Digital Platform". It offers the

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Η1.2020 FINANCIAL RESULTS

ability to access material for business topics, follow educational videos and participate in e- learning courses and virtual classes for safety, health and wellness from home.

New Transformation Plan

New transformation plan designed and implementation initiated

Piraeus Bank, capitalizing on the progress of 2017-2019 period, has concluded in July 2020 the design phase of its new transformation plan and has initiated the implementation for the next 3-5 years. The key targets of the plan are:

  • to step up the commercial proposition of the Bank, boosting business origination via digital services and automation, fully exploiting high-potential businesses
  • to become the Bank of choice, through a customer-centric, digitally enabled and targeted segment value proposition
  • to enhance and empower the Bank's talent through a more efficient staffing profile
  • to promote simplification and end-to-end automation across the board to lower cost-to-serve and free-up commercial focus.

Piraeus Bank's medium-term aspirations aim at a Bank that will be:

  • Leaner, through a 20% operating costs reduction
  • Digital, with 3x increase in remote sales versus current status
  • Diversified, by switching the Net Fee Income / Net Interest Income mix from ~20- 80%, to ~30-70%
  • Innovative, by increasing the IT time invested in change initiatives by 35%
  • Focused, by increasing the branch time dedicated to revenue generating activities to >50%
  • De-risked,by attaining a single-digit NPE ratio
  • Productive, by growing volumes and core revenues/FTE

6 | 4 August 2020

Η1.2020 FINANCIAL RESULTS

Selected Figures of Piraeus Bank Group

Consolidated Data (amounts in €mn)

30.06.20

31.03.20

qoq

30.06.20

30.06.19

yoy

Selected Balance Sheet Figures

Assets

64,382

60,378

7%

64,382

59,238

9%

Customer Deposits

45,706

46,697

-2%

45,706

44,890

2%

Gross Loans before Adjustments

48,306

48,676

-1%

48,306

50,757

-5%

Cumulative Provisions

10,514

10,990

-4%

10,514

12,581

-16%

Total Equity

7,648

7,509

2%

7,648

7,651

0%

Selected P&L Results

Q2 2020

Q1 2020

qoq

H1 2020

H1 2019

yoy

Net Interest Income

367

360

2%

727

719

1%

Net Fee & Commission Income

80

71

12%

151

146

3%

Net Gain (Losses) from Financial Instruments

52

(33)

-

18

4

-

Other Operating Income & Dividend Income

11

14

-23%

24

25

2%

Net Income

510

412

24%

922

893

3%

Staff costs

(105)

(107)

-2%

(212)

(259)

-18%

-excludingone-off items 1

(105)

(107)

-2%

(212)

(243)

-13%

Administrative Expenses

(91)

(91)

0%

(182)

(172)

6%

Depreciation & Other Expenses

(29)

(29)

-1%

(58)

(61)

-4%

Total Operating Expenses

(225)

(227)

-1%

(452)

(492)

-8%

- excluding one-offitems 1

(225)

(227)

-1%

(452)

(476)

-5%

Pre Provision Income

285

185

54%

470

402

17%

- excluding one-offitems 1

285

185

54%

470

417

13%

Impairment Losses

(160)

(510)2

-

(670)2

(334)

-

-o/w related with Covid-19

(17)

(324)

-

(341)

-

-

Associates' Results

0

(16)

-

(16)

(11)

46%

(340)2

(215)2

-

Pre Tax Result

125

-

57

- excluding Covid-19 impairment in 2020 & VES in 2019

142

(16)

-

126

73

-

Income Tax

(41)

110

-

70

(25)

-

Net Result

82

(232)2

-

(150)2

38

-

Net Result Attrib. to SHs from Continuing Operations

85

(230)2

-

(144)2

34

-

Non-Controlling Interest Continuing Operations

(1)

0

-

(1)

(2)

-

Net Result from Discontinued Operations

(2)

(2)

-

(5)

7

-

  1. One-offitem refers to Voluntary Exit Scheme costs in 2019
  2. Including Covid-19 impact on impairment on loans and other assets

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Η1.2020 FINANCIAL RESULTS

New Loan Disbursements (€bn)

Private Sector Deposits in Greece (€bn)

5.0

42.7

44.6

45.4

3.1

3.9

2.6

2018

2019

H1.2020

2020 Target

Dec.

Dec.

Jun.

2018

2019

2020

Performing Exposures | Greece (€bn)

Non Performing Exposures | Greece (€bn)

24.5

24.4

23.6

23.7

24.1

24.5

26.0

25.2

24.8

23.7

23.4

22.6

Mar.19 Jun.19 Sep.19 Dec.19 Mar.20 Jun.20

Mar.19 Jun.19 Sep.19 Dec.19 Mar.20 Jun.20

Group Core Income: NII + NFI (€mn)

Group Recurring Expenses (€mn, like-for-like)

454

447

257

436

434

245

429

431

235

231

215 213

Q1.19

Q2.19

Q3.19

Q4.19

Q1.20

Q2.20

Q1.19

Q2.19

Q3.19

Q4.19

Q1.20

Q2.20

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GLOSSARY ALTERNATIVE PERFORMANCE MEASURES (APMs) AT GROUP LEVEL

#

Performance Measure

Definition

1

Adjusted Total Assets

Total assets excluding €0.1bn of discontinued operations assets as at 30 June 2019,

31 March 2020 and 30 June 2020

CET1 capital as defined by Regulation (EU) No 575/2013, with the addition to the

2

CET1 Capital Ratio on Pro-forma Basis

numerator of the anticipated change in the prudential valuation of software

(c.€30mn) and the subtraction of €0.2bn from the denominator for the expected

RWA relief from the held-for-sale NPE portfolios

3

Core Income minus Recurring Opex

NII + NFI minus operating expenses excluding one-off items as per item #24

ECL impairment losses on loans and advances to customers at amortised

4

Cost of Risk (CoR)

cost of the period, annualised over Net Loans, with the exception of the Covid-19

impact element that is not annualised in the ratio

5

Cost to Income Ratio (Recurring)

Total operating expenses before provisions over total net income excluding the one-

off items related to the corresponding period, as per item #24

Covid-19 impact of €324mn for Q1.2020 and €17mn for Q2.2020, referring to

6

Covid-19 Impact

incremental ECL impairment losses on loans and advances to customers and on other

assets, to reflect worsening economic outlook as a result of Covid-19

7

Cumulative Provisions

Accumulated ECL allowance on loans and advances to customers

at amortised cost.

8

Deposits or Customers Deposits

Due to Customers

9

DTCs

Deferred Tax Credits

10

Gross Book Value (GBV)

Gross loans and advances to customers at amortised cost before ECL allowance

11

Gross Loans before Impairments &

Loans and advances to customers at amortised cost before ECL allowances for

Adjustments

impairment on loans and advances to customers

12

LCR (Liquidity Coverage Ratio)

Liquidity coverage ratio is the amount of sufficient liquidity buffer for a bank to

survive a significant stress scenario lasting one month

13

Loan Impairment Charges

ECL impairment losses on loans and advances to customers at amortised cost

14

Net Interest Margin (NIM)

Net Interest Income annualised over adjusted total assets as per item #1

15

NFI over Assets

Net Fee Income over adjusted total assets as per item #1

16

Net Loans

Loans and advances to customers at amortised cost

17

Net Loans to Deposits Ratio

Net loans over Deposits

18

Net Results or Net Profit

Profit / (loss) for the period attributable to equity holders of the Bank

19

Net Revenues

Total Net Income

20

NFI

Net Fee and Commission Income

21

NII

Net Interest Income

On balance sheet credit exposures before ECL allowances for loans and advances to

customers at amortised cost gross of PPA adjustments that are: (a) past due over 90

days; (b) impaired or those which the debtor is deemed as unlikely to pay ("UTP") its

22

ΝPEs - Νοn Performing Exposures

obligations in full without liquidating collateral, regardless of the existence of any

past due amount or the number of past due days; (c) forborne and still within the

probation period under EBA rules; (d) subject to contagion from (a) under EBA rules

and other unlikely to pay (UTP) criteria

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#

Performance Measure

Definition

23

NPE Ratio

Non-performing exposures over Gross Loans before Impairments & Adjustments

24

NPE (Cash) Coverage Ratio

Cumulative provisions over NPEs

25

One-off(non-recurring) Items

Non recurring costs in Q2.2019 include €16mn related with Voluntary Exit Scheme

costs.

26

Operating Expenses (OpEx)

Total operating expenses before provisions

27

Operating Expenses (Like-for-Like)

Operating expenses excluding the asset management fee to the NPE servicer of

€12mn in Q1.2020 and €11mn Q2.2020 booked in administrative costs

28

Operating Expenses (Recurring)

Operating expenses excluding one-off items as per item #24

29

Private Sector Deposits

Due to customers excluding Greek Ministry of Finance deposits held with Piraeus

Bank

30

Performing Loans (Exposures)

Gross Loans before Impairments and Adjustments minus NPEs

31

Pre Provision Income (PPI)

Profit before provisions, impairments and income tax

32

Pre Provision Income, Recurring

PPI excluding the one-off items, as per item #24

33

Pre Provision Income (PPI)

PPI excluding the COVID-19 impact in Q1.2020, as per item #6

excluding Covid-19 impact

34

Pre Provision Income (PPI), like-for-

PPI, excluding Covid-19 impact and asset management fee to NPE servicer as per

like

item #26

35

Pre Tax Profit / (Loss)

Profit / (loss) before income tax

36

Pre Tax Profit (recurring &

Pre Tax Results, excluding one-off items as per item #24 and COVID-19 impact as per

excluding COVID-19 impact)

#6 above

Total Capital as defined by Regulation (EU) No 575/2013, with the addition to the

37

Total Capital Ratio on Pro-forma

numerator of the anticipated change in the prudential valuation of software

Basis

(c.€30mn) and the subtraction of €0.2bn from the denominator for the expected

RWA relief from the held-for-sale NPE portfolios

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This press release has been prepared solely for informational purposes. Any projections or other estimates in this press release, including estimates of returns or performance, comments with respect to our objectives and strategies, or the results of our operations and business, supersede all previous projections or other estimates, and are forward-looking statements based upon certain assumptions and beliefs in light of the information currently available to the company that may be wrong. These assumptions and beliefs may be influenced by factors within or beyond our control, and actual results may differ materially from any estimates and projections. Factors influencing actual results include but are not limited to fluctuations in interest rates and stock indices, the effects of competition in the areas in which we operate, and changes in economic and regulatory conditions.

This press release is not an offer to buy or sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any security or instrument or to participate in any trading strategy. No part of this press release may be construed as constituting investment advice or a recommendation to enter into any transaction. No representation or warranty is given with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this press release, and no claim is made that any future offer to transact any securities will conform to any terms that may be contained herein. Before entering into any transaction, investors should determine any economic risks and benefits, as well as any legal, tax and accounting consequences of doing so, as well as their ability to assume such risks, without reliance on the information contained in this press release.

Corporate Development & Investor Relations

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09/07PIRAEUS BANK S A : - Draft Demerger Deed ()
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08/28PIRAEUS BANK S A : Approval of the Draft Demerger Deed of Piraeus Bank S.A.
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Financials
Sales 2020 1 892 M 2 235 M 1 716 M
Net income 2020 -82,6 M -97,6 M -75,0 M
Net Debt 2020 - - -
P/E ratio 2020 -2,38x
Yield 2020 -
Capitalization 414 M 489 M 375 M
Capi. / Sales 2020 0,22x
Capi. / Sales 2021 0,23x
Nbr of Employees 11 288
Free-Float 68,4%
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Mean consensus HOLD
Number of Analysts 14
Average target price 1,62 €
Last Close Price 0,72 €
Spread / Highest target 255%
Spread / Average Target 125%
Spread / Lowest Target 53,2%
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Managers
NameTitle
Christos Ioanni Megalou Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director
George P. Handjinicolaou Non-Executive Chairman
Dimitris Mavrogiannis COO & Executive General Manager
Theodore Gnardellis Chief Financial Officer & Executive GM
Jannis Delis Head-Group Technology
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