List of Greek debt held by big European banks and insurers
(PARIS) - Leading European banks and insurance companies hold the following amounts of Greek debt.
The data, provided by the institutions thermselves, was valid at the end of September, except where indicated with an asterisk.
A large amount of the Greek bonds covered by an expected partial write-off of the debt 200 billion euros held by private investors is in the hands of private Greek bondholders.
NBG 8.7 billion euros Piraeus Bank 7.7 billion euros Eurobank 6.9 billion euros Alpha Bank 3.1 billion euros
BNP Paribas** 1.6 billion euros Societe Generale 800 million euros BPCE 535 million euros Credit Agricole** 173 million euros
Groupama* 540 million euros Covea* 520 million euros AXA* 300 million euros CNP Assurances* 62 million euros Macif* 58 million euros
Commerzbank 1.4 billion euros Deutsche Bank**** 448 million euros
Allianz 500 million euros Munich Re**** 400 million euros
Dexia 1.3 billion euros
Intesa Sanpaolo 586 million euros UniCredit 221 million euros Mediobanca 200 million euros
Generali Group 200 million euros Fondiaria-Sai 34.7 million euros Unipol 17 million euros
RBS**** 822 million euros HSBC**** 371 million euros Barclays**** 45 million euros
Aviva*** 120 million euros
ING**** 300 million euros
OVAG (Volksbank) 60 million euros Erste Group** 13.1 million euros
Uniqa 174 million euros Vienna Insurance Group**** 9.7 million euros
Credit Suisse 83 million euros UBS 53 million euros
* End of June 2011
** End of October 2011
*** Beginning of November 2011
**** End of December 2011
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