Applicable Law
The new Greek Insolvency Law
Law 4738/2020 as amended by Law 4818/2021 (with full English translation)

Implementing Acts of the Directive (EU) 2019/1023
Text notified to the EU institutions

How Greece has implemented Directive (EU) 2019/1023 (as part of the Joint Project between INSOL Europe and LexisPSL on the implementation analysis of the Directive (EU) 2019/1023 in the EU Member States - as at 20/06/2022)

Additional information
The Greek Insolvency Code 
As amended by Law 4472/2017 (with full English translation)
NOTE: The Greek Insolvency Code has now been repealed by law 4738/2020 but still applies to pending proceedings.

The Greek Insolvency Legislation on Non-Performing Loans
Law 4354/2015 on Non-Performing Loans as amended by Laws 4389/2016 and 4393/2016 (with full English translation)

The Greek Insolvency Legislation on Non-Performing Loans
Law 4354/2015 on Non-Performing Loans (with full English translation)

Reported by George B. BAZINASYiannis SAKKAS and Ioannis BAZINAS, Bazinas Law Firm, Athens, Greece
Information also available online via Bazinas Law Firm
Last update: March 2023


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