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EIB launches €1B investment fund for Greek banks

The European Investment Bank launched a €1 billion credit line for Greek banks, to be used for on-lending to small and medium-sized enterprises in the agriculture, tourism, manufacturing, services and other sectors.

The first tranche consists of a €400 million loan split evenly between Alpha Bank AE, Eurobank Ergasias SA, National Bank of Greece SA and Piraeus Bank SA. If that money is successfully passed on to businesses, the remaining €600 million will be provided over the next two years, Reuters reported Dec. 22.