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NBG

abbreviation for
no bloody good. Also: nbg
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1 May 2017 - New York, US-based private equity firm Sycamore Partners has acquired Texas, US-based home decor products manufacturer NBG Home from New York, US-based private equity firm Kohlberg and Co, L.
Representatives from the DNB and NBG exchanged their views on data quality, risk data aggregation and reporting, as well as the associated supervisory approach of each central bank in respect to the abovementioned topics.
The NBG initially worked through three branches in Cairo, Alexandria and Zagazig.
When contacted by Reuters, NBG could not be reached for comment.
With this transaction, NBG will enlarge its already leading franchise in Greece, widening the gap with its direct peers which have also been involved in consolidation moves, albeit on a lower scale.
23 December 2011 - National Bank of Greece (ATH:ETE), or NBG, sticks to its strategy concerning its Turkish subsidiary Finansbank (IST:FINBN), the Greek lender's CEO, Apostolos Tamvakakis, said as quoted by Bloomberg on Friday.
Nevertheless, we maintain that UBB demonstrates superior business and operating characteristics relative to NBG, and consider that it would be severable and independently sustainable if NBG were to experience serious difficulties," the agency adds.
While Bank of America Merrill Lynch (NYSE: BAC) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) are advising NBG on the transaction, Alpha is being advised by Citigroup Inc (NYSE: C) and JP Morgan (NYSE: JPM), the report noted.
The note will be issued on 3 August by the bank's UK-based subsidiary NBG Finance Plc, under NBG guarantee, and will be listed for trading on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.
NBG was the only bank that stayed open for business.
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