International lenders forced Athens to clean up its banks. Yet non-financial companies and their boards are still often dominated by large shareholders. Better protections for minority investors would attract more foreign capital, and help the economy recover from its bailout.
Athens wants to issue bonds just after receiving another bailout tranche. If Greece had to finance itself at market rates it would struggle to stay solvent. But debt relief from European governments and ECB bond-buying will reduce the risk. Investors may find the wager appealing. Full view will be published shortly.