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Greek banks struggle to fill top posts

Strict eligibility conditions, capped salaries and risk of potential penalties are turnoffs

NEW BOSS NEEDED: Piraeus Bank, Greece's biggest lender, has been looking for a CEO since January and hopes to fill the post by end-September.


AS if mountains of bad loans and falling shares weren't enough, Greek banks are having to contend with another headache: finding qualified people for their corporate suites.

The National Bank of Greece is seeking a chairman of the board, a chair for its audit committee,