Is Greek oligarch who won TV license a front man for bankster Vgenopoulos?

A Greek oligarch given one of four TV licenses in a controversial auction seems to have a chin of financing involving Laiki bank, whose former boss is Andreas Vgenopoulous.

Construction oligarch Christos Kalogritsas gave as a guarantee for a huge loan from Attica bank to pay for the license a piece of grazing land on Ithaca. The land belongs to another company, it has emerged, and it is already secured against a loan from Laiki Bank.

The potential involvement of Vgenopoulos in Kalogritsas’ financing raises the question of whether the oligarch is a front man for a grab of Greek TV by the banksters.


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