Update: 2015

Greek debt in 2015 - €316 billion

  1. ECB - 62%
  2. Eurozone - 14%
  3. IMF - 9%
  4. Greek Banks - 5
  5. Greek non-banks - 3%
  6. Other European Banks - 3%
  7. Non-European Banks - 2%
  8. Non-Greek non-banks - 2%
Source: UK Telegraph Newspaper

June 9, 2011

Who is holding Greek debt?

The web site Wallstreetcheatsheet.com has a list of who will be affected by a Greek default, basing their numbers on a March 2011 report from "Bank of International Settlements." I have regularly read that banks are trying to keep the true numbers of their loan exposure as secret as possible, so these numbers must be rather loose approximations:

  • Japan: $500 million USD
  • Spain: $600 million USD
  • United States: $1.8 billion USD
  • Italy: $2.6 billion USD
  • United Kingdom: $3.2 billion USD
  • France: $19.8 billion USD
  • Germany: $26.3 billion USD
  • "other" banks in eurozone: $15.7 billion USD
  • TOTAL: approx $70 billion USD

     


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