Best in Greece – Citi

Best in Greece

Gidon Kessel

While other banks have pulled away from Greece, Citi has held firm, especially for mass affluent investors with fortunes of less than €500,000. Its shipping connections have ensured a close link with the reverse enquiries from the country's ultra-high-net-worth investors, but the bank's mass-affluent strategy sees it almost out on its own.

Citi's structured products presence in Greece is no flash in the pan - the US bank is a 10-year veteran of the market. As a pioneer in Greece's retail

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