International maritime corporation GasLog recently acquired a 20 percent stake in Greece’s Gastrade S.A., which is behind the development of a floating LNG receiving, storage and regasification unit (FSRU) offshore of Alexandroupolis.
Vojvodjanska Bank has given computers to the General Hospital in Pozega to help make work more efficient and effective while offering better connectivity with the hospital's parent organization, the Uzice Health Center.
With the publication of the Financial Supervision Commission’s balance sheet review, which confirmed compliance of Euroins Insurance Group AD (EIG) and all of its subsidiaries, the group now considers its capitalizing plan to be finalized.
Giorgos Houliarakis, Greece's alternate finance minister, said recently on state-run television network that it would be in the country's best interest to find any solution now to bailout talks rather than wait for a better solution later.
The Hellenic Banking Association (HBA) recently released the results of a study of Greece’s banking sector a year and a half into the imposition of capital controls, offering a snapshot of the country’s crisis-battered industry.
Union of the Greek Shipowners (EEE) President Theodore Veniamis outlined the organization’s efforts to push the European Union to recognize the International Maritime Organization (IMO) as a benchmark at a recent EEE meeting.
Between 2013 and 2014, the country of Bulgaria saw one of its largest and most successful banks get demolished by a trio of a corrupt judiciary, corrupt media, and corrupt government officials in a classic corporate raiding scheme.