Attica Bank S.A. was established in 1925 and is a dynamic financial services company, with a network of 49 branches in the main cities of Greece.
Ιt offers a full range of banking and investment products and services as well as deposits, insurance products, mutual funds and brokerage services, for individuals, small & medium enterprises and large companies. In 1964, Attica Bank was acquired by Emporiki Bank Companies Group and was listed on the Athens Stock Exchange (ASE). In June 1997 Emporiki Bank transferred through the ASE part of its shares to the Engineers' and Public Works Contractors' Pension Fund (TSMEDE) and Deposit and Loans Fund (TPD), retaining the 17% of the Bank’s shares until September 2012, which was then transferred to PostBank.
During 2013-2018, the Bank proceeded to the issuance of a convertible Bond Loan as well as to Share Capital Increases aiming at the clean-up of its Balance Sheet and the restructuring of its business model and operations.
In 2021 the Bank proceeded with the activation of the provisions of art.27A of L.4172/2013 (DTC) and to the issuance of warrants in favor of the Greek State. On 19th October 2021, the conversion of warrants in favor of the Greek State to common shares was concluded. The Bank’s shareholding structure was as follows: Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF) holds 68.2%, Engineers and Public Works Contractors Fund (TMEDE) holds 14.7% and Unified Social Security Institution (EFKA) holds 10.3% of the Bank’s common ordinary shares.
Furthermore, in December 2021, Attica Bank proceeded to a share capital increase of €240mln, which was fully covered. The Share Capital of the Bank was increased by the same amount with the issuance of 1,200,000,000 new, common, registered shares of a nominal value of €0.20 each. The Bank’s shareholding structure is as follows: Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF) holds 62.9%, Engineers and Public Works Contractors Fund (TMEDE) holds 14.7%, Unified Social Security Institution (EFKA) holds 10.3% and RINOA Ltd - Ellington Solution holds 9.9% of the Bank’s common ordinary shares.