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National Bank of Greece avoids nationalization

Greece's largest bank, National Bank of Greece, says it has succeeded in raising enough capital to avoid being nationalized, the second Greek bank to meet that target. Full story

Exclusive: Indian card processor in $45 million heist is ElectraCard - sources

DUBAI/NEW YORK (Reuters) - One of the credit card processing companies whose security was breached in a $45 million global cyber heist was India's ElectraCard Services, according to two people familiar with the situation. Full story

UAE's RAKBANK says no customers lost from cyber fraud

DUBAI (Reuters) - National Bank of Ras Al Khaimah (RAKBANK) said on Friday that none of its customers had lost any money as a result of a cyber fraud which resulted in a loss at the Gulf bank in 2012. Full story

Greece's lenders resist lending more for NBG-Eurobank: official

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's foreign lenders are seeking assurances that National Bank's (NBG) <NBGr.AT> takeover of Eurobank <EFGr.AT> will not result in a further demand for funds to recapitalize the banks, a senior finance ministry official said on Friday. Full story

Greece's Eurobank says NBG's takeover offer is fair

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek lender Eurobank <EFGr.AT> said on Friday rival National Bank's (NBG) <NBGr.AT> tender offer to take it over via a share swap was fair, paving the way for completion of the deal. Full story

Greece gives conditional approval for NBG's offer for Eurobank

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's securities regulator on Monday gave conditional approval to National Bank <NBGr.AT> to buy rival Eurobank <EFGr.AT>. Full story

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