National Bank of Greece CEO Sees Growth Ahead

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Nov.25 -- Greek banks are struggling to contain the fallout from the deepest economic slump since World War II and the biggest sovereign-debt restructuring in history. They have committed to cleaning up their balance sheets through writeoffs, sales and servicing agreements with distressed-debt managers over the next three years. National Bank of Greece CEO Leonidas Fragkiadakis discusses new found optimism in risking stocks with Yousef Gamal El-Din on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."