List of companies listed on the Athens Stock Exchange

These are the companies traded on the Athens Stock Exchange.

Aluminum

Banks

The listed banks are the following (2 February 2015):[6]

Chemicals

  • Crete Plastics
  • Cyclon
  • Daios Plastics
  • Druckfarben
  • Elton (company)
  • Eurodrip
  • Petzetakis
  • Spirou (company)
  • Thrace Plastics
  • Hellenic Petroleum

Food and beverages

Gaming and lodging

Holding companies

  • Albio Holdings
  • Alfa-Alfa Holding
  • Attica Holdings
  • Axon Holding
  • Elbisco Holding
  • Lamda Development
  • Marfin Investment Group
  • Mytilineos Holdings
  • Sciens International Investments and Holdings
  • Viohalco
  • Delta Holdings
  • Technical Olympic
  • Fourlis Holding
  • Hadjioannou Holding
  • Mevako
  • Venmann
  • Kostoulas
  • Gek Terna
  • Cenergy Holdings
  • Babis Vovos International Corporation

Insurance

  • Agrotiki Asfalistiki
  • Aspis Pronoia
  • Ethniki Asfalistiki
  • Europaiki Pisti
  • Phoenix Metrolife

Leasing

  • Alpha Leasing
  • Piraeus Leasing

Oil, Energy and gas

Personal and household goods

Durable household goods
  • Fourlis
  • FG Europe
  • Zamba
  • Benrubi
  • Sanyo Hellas
  • Vell Group
  • Yalco-Constantinou
  • Nakas
  • Loulis
  • Kri-Kri
Furnishings
  • DROMEAS
  • SATO
  • VARANGIS
  • BIOKARPET
Clothing and accessories
  • Alsinco
  • DUR
  • Elmec Sport
  • ETMA Rayon
  • ELFICO
  • ELVE
  • Epilektos-Stiafilco
  • Fashion Box
  • Fieratex
  • Fintexport
  • Folli Follie
  • Hatzioannou
  • Hellenic Fabrics
  • Lanakam
  • Maxim-Pertsinidis
  • Mouzakis
  • Minerva Knitwear
  • Nafpaktos Textile
  • Texapret
  • Tria Alfa Wools
  • United Textiles
  • Varvaressos
Toys

Passenger shipping

Retail trade

Telecommunications

Technology

Utilities

References

  1. ^ http://www.helex.gr/company-profile/-/select-company/172
  2. ^ http://www.elval.gr/default.asp?la=2
  3. ^ http://www.helex.gr/company-profile/-/select-company/384
  4. ^ http://www.helex.gr/company-profile/-/select-company/555
  5. ^ http://www.alumil.com/en/
  6. ^ http://www.helex.gr/web/guest/companies-map/-/cmap/s/8355/2
  7. ^ http://www.helex.gr/company-profile/-/select-company/858
  8. ^ http://www.helex.gr/company-profile/-/select-company/278
  9. ^ http://www.helex.gr/company-profile/-/select-company/57
  10. ^ http://www.helex.gr/company-profile/-/select-company/950
  11. ^ http://www.helex.gr/company-profile/-/select-company/527
  12. ^ http://www.helex.gr/company-profile/-/select-company/1006
Hellenic Duty Free Shops

Hellenic Duty Free Shops SA, founded in 1979, is a company in the travel retail industry that sells taxed and duty-free goods from brand name products to travellers passing through Greece’s exit points. The company holds the exclusive right to the retail sale of duty-free goods in Greece.

It has a network in Greece, composed of 97 shops at 45 points (22 airports, 11 border checkpoints, 12 ports).

List of companies of Greece

Greece is a country in southeastern Europe. Greece is developed country with an advanced high-income economy, a high quality of life, and a very high standard of living. A founding member of the United Nations, Greece was the tenth member to join the European Communities (precursor to the European Union) and has been part of the Eurozone since 2001. It is also a member of numerous other international institutions, including the Council of Europe, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the World Trade Organization (WTO), the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), and the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF). Greece's unique cultural heritage, large tourism industry, prominent shipping sector and geostrategic importance classify it as a middle power. It is the largest economy in the Balkans, where it is an important regional investor.

S.A. (Greek: A.E) is used as a suffix to denote a public limited company, as in Plc. For further information on the types of business entities in this country and their abbreviations, see "Business entities in Greece".

Lists of companies by stock exchange listing

This page lists company lists ordered by the stock exchange the companies are listed on.

Proton Bank

Proton Bank (in Greek Proton Τράπεζα Α.Ε.) was established in 2001 as Τράπεζα Επενδυτικών Δραστηριοτήτων Α.Ε. and officially commenced its operations as a specialised investment bank in 2002. The founders of the bank were John Markopoulos, Anthony Athanasoglou and Elias Lianos. Following a rapid development path, the bank was listed on the Athens Stock Exchange in December 2005 and later absorbed three listed closed-end funds, namely Arrow, Exelixi and Eurodynamics. In September 2006 was renamed Proton Bank and absorbed Omega Bank, with the new entity's share capital reaching €650 mil. In 2011 it came under investigation for money laundering violations. In October 2011 the bank's license was withdrawn it was put into liquidation.

Selected FTSE/Athex Large Cap companies of Greece (2 July 2017)

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