PQH was established in 2016 and appointed by the Bank of Greece to act as the Single Special Liquidator for all credit and financial institutions under special liquidation in Greece.
There are currently 20 institutions under special liquidation, with several billion-euro worth of assets, the majority of which consist of corporate and retail non-performing loans.
Following the successful consolidation of liquidations’ operations under a single organisational structure, PQH is fulfilling its mission to maximise recoveries for creditors in a timely manner – through servicing and liquidating those assets. Via the implementation of transparent, fair and impartial processes, PQH aims at reactivating, restructuring or settling the largest number of accounts possible.
The management team of PQH comprises of expert professionals from the commercial banking, investment banking and consulting industries with significant domestic and international experience in similar fields.
Within the given legal framework, PQH has appointed an Internal Audit Committee comprising three independent non-executive members, with the following responsibilities:
The main legislation governing the special liquidation is the following:
The supervisory body of PQH is the Bank of Greece. The level of monitoring and control enforced by the Bank of Greece aims at safeguarding efficient management and liquidation of assets within the given strategic framework, which is designed by PQH and is approved by the Bank of Greece in respect with its legislative and regulatory provisions.