Greek Banks Face Skeptical Investors in Demand for Fresh Capital

  • Greek banks draw capital increase plans after ECB stress test
  • Lenders need to raise $15.9 billion following economic debacle

Greek banks will ask investors to help plug a 14.4 billion euro ($16 billion) capital shortfall, with billionaire Wilbur Ross saying the government should detail ownership plans for the nation’s lenders as they seek a second round of fundraising.

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