According to the bank website, EBRD invested EUR 50 million in a EUR 400 million Senior Preferred ("SP") bond issued by Alpha Bank S.A. ("Alpha"), a commercial bank incorporated in Greece, in October 2022. The SP bonds have a maturity of 3 years, with an embedded issuer call option after 2 years, and are listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.
The Project is intended to boost the resilience of a systemic bank in Greece in the context of MREL requirements phasing in at EU level and supports the bank in re-establishing its regular access to capital markets with unsecured instruments. Furthermore, the EBRD promotes resource efficiency in the country by requiring Alpha Bank to allocate funds in the amount of 1.5 times of EBRD's subscription to finance green investments in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
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