The lender said it had received offers amounting to €103.9m, which represent 10.39 per cent of the €1.0bn new capital it raised in July.
Existing shareholders could apply for up to 20 per cent in aggregate of the total number of shares offered to qualified investors in the first phase.
The minimum purchase per investor in the clawback was €100,000 and all existing shareholders were eligible to participate.
The capital raise is subject to shareholder approval in an EGM scheduled for next
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