Greek credit system ‘able to absorb foreign jitters’

The Greek banking system is clearly in a much better position now to absorb any turbulence from international markets than it was four years ago, Finance Minister Christos Staikouras said on Thursday, commenting on global banking system tensions caused by the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and the crisis at Credit Suisse.

New payment plan for debts

The online platform for the new regulation for repaying debts in 36-72 installments is expected to open immediately after Easter, for thousands to be able to rearrange the debts they incurred between November 2021 and February 1, 2023.

How To Boost Your Credit With Personal Loans

You're probably well aware of the impact your credit score can has on your financial life. A good credit score can mean lower interest rates and better terms on loans, while a bad credit score can make it hard to get approved for financing at all.

But what you may not know is that personal loans can be a great way to improve your credit score. Here's how.

Attica Bank presents three-year plan for bad-loan reduction

The management of Attica Bank is expected by mid-January to have finalized its plan to reduce the lender's bad loans - which amount to approximately 2.5 billion euros (approximately 65% of its portfolio) - in order to then launch the process to increase its share capital by a total of €490 million.