Documents Disclose Clandestine Loans Were Used to Fortify Piraeus BankBy Stephen Grey and Nikolas Leontopoulos
ATHENS (Reuters) - The chairman of one of Greece's largest banks and his family took out loans totaling more than 100 million euros to finance an undisclosed stake in the bank, according to audit documents seen by Reuters. Offshore companies owned by Michael Sallas and his two children paid for shares
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