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This excerpt taken from the NBG 20-F filed Jul 15, 2009.

Additional Reporting Requirements

        Following the adoption of Basel II guidelines, the Bank of Greece issued a Governor's Act (2606/2008) determining the new reporting requirements for credit institutions in Greece. The new requirements include reports on the following:

    capital structure, special participations, persons who have a special relationship with the credit institution and loans or other types of credit that have been provided to these persons by the credit institution;

    own funds and capital adequacy ratios;

    capital requirements for credit risk and counterparty credit risk;

    capital requirements for market risk of the trading book (including foreign exchange risk);

    information on the composition of the trading book;

    capital requirements for operational risk;

    large exposures and concentration risk;

    liquidity risk;

    financial statements and other financial information;

    covered bonds;

    combating money laundering and terrorist financing;

    information systems; and

    other information.

        The new reporting framework is put into effect for data with a reference date from March 31, 2008.

        The Bank submits to the Bank of Greece a full set of the regulatory reports both at Bank level and at Group level, on a quarterly basis.

This excerpt taken from the NBG 20-F filed May 27, 2008.

Additional Reporting Requirements

        Up to December 31, 2007, all credit institutions in Greece were required to provide the Bank of Greece with: (1) a quarterly report on capital adequacy; (2) a quarterly report on profitability and exposure to banking risks (pursuant to Annexes 2 and 3 of Act No. 1313/88 amended by Act No. 2563/05); (3) quarterly data relating to open currency positions (pursuant to Act No. 2291/94, amended by resolution No 176/18.6.04 of the Banking and Credit Affairs Committee); (4) a quarterly report on loan loss reserves pursuant to Act No. 2442/99 (amended by Act No. 2513/03 and 2565/05); (5) a quarterly report on liquidity pursuant to Act No. 2156/92 (amended by Act No. 2560/05); (6) a quarterly report on cross-border credit exposures pursuant to Act No. 2520/03; (7) a general annual

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internal audit report (pursuant to Act No. 2438/98); (8) a quarterly report on large exposures pursuant to Act No. 2246/93; (9) a semi-annual report on large debtors pursuant to Bank of Greece, Banking and Credit Affairs Committee resolutions 485/91, 540/94, 159/03 and 915/03; (10) a semi-annual report on credit institution exposures pursuant to Act No. 2563/05; (11) a quarterly report on securitization pursuant to Act No. 2563/05; and (12) a semi-annual report on hedge funds pursuant to Act No. 2563/05.

        Following the adoption of Basel II guidelines, the Bank of Greece recently issued a Governor's Act (2606/21.2.2008) determining the new reporting requirements for credit institutions in Greece. The new requirements include the following sets of reports:

    A.
    Capital structure, special participations, persons who have a special relationship with the credit institution and loans or other types of credit that have been provided to these persons by the credit institution

    B.
    Own funds and capital adequacy ratio

    C.
    Credit risk and counterparty risk

    D.
    Market risk of the trading book—Foreign exchange risk

    E.
    Information on the composition of the trading book

    F.
    Operational risk

    G.
    Large exposures and concentration risk

    H.
    Liquidity risk

    I.
    Financial statements and other financial information

    J.
    Covered bonds

    K.
    Combat money laundering and terrorist financing

    L.
    Information systems

    M.
    Other information

The new reporting framework is put into effect for data with reference date from March 31, 2008.

This excerpt taken from the NBG 20-F filed Jul 2, 2007.

Additional Reporting Requirements

All credit institutions in Greece are required to provide the Bank of Greece with: (1) a quarterly report on capital adequacy; (2) a quarterly report on profitability and exposure to banking risks (pursuant to Annexes 2 and 3 of Act No. 1313/88 amended by Act No 2563/05); (3) monthly data relating to open currency positions (pursuant to Act No. 2291/94, amended by resolution No 176/18.6.04 of the Banking and Credit Affairs Committee); (4) a quarterly report on loan loss reserves pursuant to Act No. 2442/99 (amended by Act No. 2513/03 and 2565/05); (5) a quarterly report on liquidity pursuant to Act No. 2156/92 (amended by Act No. 2560/05); (6) a quarterly report on cross-border credit exposures pursuant to Act No. 2520/03; (7) a general annual internal audit report (pursuant to Act No. 2438/98); (8) a quarterly report on large exposures pursuant to Act No. 2246/93; (9) a semi-annual report on large debtors pursuant to Bank of Greece, Banking and Credit Affairs Committee resolutions 485/91, 540/94, 159/03 and 915/03; (10) a semi-annual report on credit institution exposures pursuant to Act No. 2563/05; (11) a quarterly report on securitization pursuant to Act No. 2563/05; and (12) a semi-annual report on hedge funds pursuant to Act No. 2563/05

This excerpt taken from the NBG 20-F filed Jul 14, 2006.

Additional Reporting Requirements

All credit institutions operating in Greece are required to provide the Bank of Greece with: (1) a quarterly report on capital adequacy; (2) a quarterly report on profitability and exposure to banking risks (pursuant to Annexes 2 and 3 of Act No. 1313/88 amended by Act No 2563/05); (3) monthly data relating to open currency positions (pursuant to Act No. 2291/94, amended by resolution No 176/18.6.04 of the Banking and Credit Affairs Committee); (4) a quarterly report on loan loss reserves pursuant to Act No. 2442/99 (amended by Act No. 2513/03 and 2565/05); (5) a quarterly report on liquidity pursuant to Act No. 2156/92 (amended by Act No. 2560/05); (6) a semi-annual report on cross-border credit exposures pursuant to Act No. 2520/03; (7) a general annual internal audit report (pursuant to Act No. 2438/98); (8) a semi-annual report on large exposures pursuant to Act No. 2246/93; and (9) a semi-annual report on large borrowers pursuant to Bank of Greece, Banking and Credit Affairs Committee resolutions 485/91, 540/94, 159/03 and 915/03.

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This excerpt taken from the NBG 20-F filed Jul 15, 2005.

Additional Reporting Requirements

        All credit institutions operating in Greece are required to provide Bank of Greece with: (1) a quarterly report on capital adequacy; (2) a quarterly report on profitability and exposure to banking risks (pursuant to Annexes 2 and 3 of Act No. 1313/88); (3) monthly quarterly data relating to open currency positions (pursuant to Act No. 2291/94, amended by resolution No 176/18.6.04 of Banking and Credit Affairs Committee); (4) a quarterly report on loan loss reserves pursuant to Act No. 2442/99 (amended by Act No. 2513/03) and 2557/26.1.2005; (5) a quarterly report on liquidity pursuant to Act No. 2156/92; (6) a semi-annual report on cross-border credit exposures pursuant to Act No. 2520/03; (7) a general annual audit report (pursuant to Act No. 2438/98); (8) a semi-annual report on large exposures pursuant to Act No. 2246/93; and (9) a semi-annual report on large borrowers pursuant to Bank of Greece, Banking and Credit Affairs Committee resolutions 485/91 and 540/94 159/03 and 915/03.

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