Shareholding Structure | Eurobank
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The dispersed shareholding structure ensures the efficient operation of Eurobank. Our major shareholders are international institutional investors. The Hellenic Financial Stability Fund holds an equity share of 2.38%.

Eurobank shareholding structure as of 31.12.2017


Fairfax Financial Holding LTD**
Other foreign institutional investors
Non-institutional investors (other legal entities and private investors)
The Capital Group Companies, INC**
Other domestic institutional investors
Hellenic Financial Stability Fund*
    *The shares held by the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund are subject to the limitations provided for in Greek Law 3864/2010 as in force.

    **The shareholding percentage is based on the relevant notification that Eurobank received from the companies Fairfax Financial Holding LTD and the Capital Group Companies, INC on December 4, 2015,  according to the existing legislation.
     

Transparency in trading

We inform our shareholders on all major changes in our shareholding structure. We promptly disclose:

  • Trades on Eurobank shares performed by persons acquiring or owning significant holdings in Eurobank, as provided in Greek Law 3556/2007.
  • Changes in the voting rights held by the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund, as provided in Greek Law 3864/2010.

Protection from market abuse

We protect our investors from market abuse. We ensure transparency in all trades conducted by persons with managerial responsibilities and persons closely associated with them.

We promptly disclose all trades on Eurobank shares, debt instruments, derivatives or other financial instruments linked to them conducted by persons with managerial responsibilities and persons closely associated with them, as provided in Regulation (EU) No. 596/2014 (Article 19) of the European Parliament and of the Council on market abuse.

This way we prevent market abuse, especially insider dealing. We provide our investors with a valuable information source and the competent authorities with an additional way to supervise the markets.

Trading notifications form part of the obligation introduced by Regulation (EU) No. 596/2014 (Article 19) of the European Parliament and of the Council on market abuse and are available under Trade Disclosures.