New TAP manager.
general. “The Greek five-year bond may have added to the improvement of sentiment around the eurozone,” said Rabobank strategist Matt Cairns. “And even though Greece is not out of the woods, the fact that here was 6.5 billion euros in orders for the deal is a fairly strong commitment from the market,” he said. It successfully sold debt to private investors for the first time in three years, making a significant first step toward financial independence when its third international bailout ends next year.
The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), the end piece of the $40 billion Southern Gas Corridor, has appointed a new country manager for Greece, it said yesterday. TAP, which will bring Azeri gas into Europe by 2020 via Greece and Albania, said Katerina Papalexandri will take over from Rikard Scoufias on September 1. Papalexandri previously worked for BP, where