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Following a relevant request from the Capital Markets Committee and the announcement of 16.09.2020 of the Bank, Attica Bank informs its investors that:

With the new structure, the Bank proceeded to the restructuring of Artemis transaction, in accordance with the new supervisory framework for securitizations of non-performing loans /exposures (“NPE”), as in force from 01.01.2020. In this context, a Mezzanine Note of a nominal value of €38 million is created.

Furthermore, the restructuring settles the flows of the involved parties/bond-holders of Artemis transaction, as well as the servicer’s payments, achieving a balanced distribution of the future cash flows from the NPEs portfolio management, with front-loaded collections for the Bank, while the total estimated collections from Artemis portfolio remains unchanged.

Therefore, the above-mentioned amendments provide improved valuation of bonds value that will be quantified over the lifetime of the securitization. The final impact of the restructuring of Artemis transaction will be reflected in the interim condensed Financial Statements of September 30, 2020.

 

ATTICA BANK S.A.

Attica Bank S.A. informs its investors that, following the election of a new four-member Independent Audit Committee by the Extraordinary General Meeting of its shareholders convened on September 2, 2020, the Audit Committee at its meeting on September 3, 2020 unanimously elected Mr. Dimitris Tzanninis as its Chairman.

The composition of the Audit Committee and the status of each member are as follows:

  1. Dimitris Tzanninis, Non - member of the Board of Directors of the Bank and Independent from the Bank within the meaning of par. 1 (d) of article 44 of law 4449/2017, as Chairman of the Audit Committee.
  2. Stavros Papagiannopoulos, Non - member of the Board of Directors and Independent from the Bank within the meaning of par. 1 (d) of article 44 of law 4449/2017, as Member of the Audit Committee.
  3. Alexios Pelekis, Non-Executive Member of the Board of Directors, as Member of the Audit Committee.
  4. Eleni Koliopoulou, Independent Non-Executive Member of the Board of Directors, as Member.

The term of the Audit Committee is three years.

 

 

ATTICA BANK S.A.

Attica Bank S.A. informs its investors that the restructuring of the Bonds of the Artemis Project was completed today, in accordance with the new supervisory framework and furthermore, the increase of the cash receipts received by the Bank, the improvement of the bonds and the management efficiency optimization.

In particular, with this new structure the Senior Note amounts to a nominal value of € 487 million, a Mezzanine position of a nominal value of €38 million is created, a new position A2 of a nominal value of €61 million is created and the nominal value of the Junior Note amounts to € 806 million. The impact of this transaction on the financial position and the financial results of the Bank will be reflected in the interim condensed Financial Statements of September 30, 2020.

It is noted that within the framework of the Artemis Project, Attica Bank has implemented the first securitization of non-performing loan portfolio, and transferred to an investor, one of the bonds (Junior Note) that resulted from this securitization. The management of this portfolio has been assigned to the company under the L. 4354/2015 and under the name "THEA ARTEMIS - LOANS AND CREDIT CLAIM MANAGEMENT SOCIETE ANONYME", in which the Bank holds a percentage of 20% of its share capital.

Upon the successful completion of this beneficial transaction for the bond holders, the Bank and its shareholders, Attica Bank managed to shield further its first non-performing securitization of its exposures.

 

ATTICA BANK S.A.

Attica Bank Societe Anonyme Banking Company, informs investors pursuant to Law 3556/2007, that on 25.08.2020, 63,758,540 common shares of the Bank from the Electronic Unified Social Security Fund's (e-EFKA) portfolio were transferred  to the Greek Engineers and Public Works Contractors Fund's (TMEDE) portfolio, in conformance with the Ministerial Resolution no. Fin. 7023/491/27.08.2019 (Official Government Gazette no. Β’ 3399/05.09.2019).

After the transfer, the percentage of total voting rights arising from the Bank's shares held by e-EFKA in the Bank amounts to 32.34% of common registered shares, while the percentage of total voting rights arising from the Bank's shares held by TMEDE in the Bank amounts to 46.32 % of common registered shares respectively.

Furthermore, investors are informed that, following the aforementioned transfer and given that the participation of e-EFKA in the Bank's share capital is now lower than 33%, as from the date of the transfer voting rights exercised by the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF), in its capacity as a transferee and pursuant to the special agreement of 31-07-2018 under article 114 par. 8 Law 4549/2018 between e-EFKA and HSSF, as regards 13.161% of the Bank's common registered shares held by e-EFKA and embodied in 60,704,203 common registered shares cease to exist.

 

 

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