National Bank of Greece

National Bank of Greece

National Bank of Greece

National Bank of Greece History Summary

National bank of Greece, founded in 1841, is the oldest and the biggest bank in Greece. Until 1928 the bank was responsible for issuing currency in Greece. It has been listed on the Athens Stock Exchange since 1880s and on New York Stock Exchange since 1999.

National Bank of Greece Banking Products and Services

The NBG Group provides a complete range of banking products and services for individual and corporate clients, such as: investment banking services, brokerage, insurance, asset management, leasing and factoring.

National Bank of Greece has the largest branch and ATM network in the country: 574 banking units and 1511 ATMs across the country and 1,178 branches overseas. Currently NBG is developing mobile and internet banking services. 

National Bank of Greece Facts as of 2011

9 million customers have deposit accounts with National Bank of Greece. 

NBG has 23,7% market share in total deposits and around 25% of the market share in retail banking in Greece. 

NBG Group is active in 12 countries and includes 9 banks and 62 other companies. 

The group has acquired Stopanska Banka in FYROM, United Bulgarian Bank in Bulgaria, Finansbank in Turkey, Banca Romaneasca in Romania and Vojvodjanska Banka in Serbia. 

NBG has the headquarter in Athens. The bank employs over 12,500 people across its branches. 

The Group with a total equity of 8 billion euros is the leader in the local and regional markets.

Source of data, updated in 2011

National Bank of Greece Services

Personal Banking

  • Current Accounts
  • Deposits
  • Foreign Currency Deposits
  • Savings Accounts
  • Time Deposits
  • Credit Cards
  • Debit Cards
  • Prepaid Cards
  • Housing Loans
  • Loans
  • Investments
  • Insurance
  • Payment Services
  • Safe Deposit Boxes
  • Remittances
  • Currency Exchange
  • Private Banking

Individual Investments

  • Investment Funds
  • Mutual Funds
  • Stock

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