Europe Greek roadshow in London successfully completed

Greek roadshow in London successfully completed

The fourth roadshow of Greek-listed enterprises, organised by the Athens Stock Exchange in London, was successfully completed on Friday.
During the two-day event, 28 Greek enterprises conducted more than 750 meetings with a total of 190 fund managers – with funds under management exceeding 2.0 trillion euros. This year’s roadshow included enterprises listed in the Athens Stock Exchange, and in particular the FTSE 20 and FTSE Liquid Mid indexes.
The roadshow brought together institutional investors from 11 countries (UK, US, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark and Norway).
The Athens Stock Exchange organised an official dinner on Thursday for participants, with speakers including Christopher Potts, head of economics & strategy for CA Chevreux and Jonathan Stubbs, head of European strategy and managing director of Citi.
ASE chairman Spyros Kapralos, in an interview with Bloomberg TV, presented the outlook of the Greek market, budding cooperation with the Istanbul Stock Exchange and the performance of the Greek market during the last few months.
The 28 Greek companies participating in the roadshow were: National Bank, EFG Eurobank, Alpha Bank, Piraeus Bank, Cyprus Bank, Marfin Popular Bank, Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling, OPAP, OTE, PPC, Viohalco, GEK-Terna, Hellenic Petroleum, Hellaktor, Motor Oil, Intralot, Titan, Mytilineos, Alapis, Eurobank Properties, Follie Follie, Fourlis, Frigoglass, Lamda Development, Mihaniki, Sarantis, Sidenor and Terna Energy.

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