Greece’s Deus Ex Machina Play

Aggelos finds that Hellenic Exchanges is treating Mifid II is an opportunity rather than another financial burden.


My meeting with Pantelis Lamprou, director of strategic communication and markets analysis at the Athens Stock Exchange, was scheduled for the first day of my back-to-home summer vacation. It turned out to be hot morning, quite unbearable for someone who had just arrived home from the North.

As a Greek and as a journalist, I was expecting to hear Lamprou confirm once again that the death spiral Greece fell into in 2009 still defines the local financial services industry, poisoning business

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