Of Greece - The
Central Bank of Greece.
- Agricultural Bank
of Greece - ABG, one of the 500 top banks
in the international world of finance, is a
banking institution of world wide reputation;
ever since its founding in 1929 the ABG has
managed to combine economic rationality with
social responsibility and modern banking
practices with the concern to promote the overall
development of the greek farming sector. Far from
simply "agricultural", it is a
universal bank capable of offering the full
spectrum of financial products and services
demanded by the banking public today.
Credit Bank - Alpha Credit Bank, the
largest private sector bank in Greece, provides
all financial services through its branches and
Bank of Greece
Bank S.A. - Egnatia Bank S.A., a
contemporary Greek Bank specializes in Electronic
Banking & Commerce, Mutual Funds, Stock
Market, Investment Banking, Consumer Banking,
Securities Markets, and Bancassurance.
- Hellenic Bank
Association - The website of the Hellenic
Bank Association on the Internet presents the
publications,news,members in both Greek and
- ETBA S.A.
Hellenic Industrial Development Bank -
The objective of the bank is to promote
activities in Industry, Tourism, Shipping and
other sectors, which contribute th the economic
development of Greece.
- EFG Eurobank
S.A. - EFG Eurobank S.A., one of the
largest and most modern private-sector banks in
Greece, is part of the EFG Bank European
Financial Group, based in Geneva and consists of
financial enterprises operating at the
international level, especially in Private
Banking and Asset Management.
- Ionian Bank
- National Bank
of Greece S. A. - National Bank of Greece
S.A., the oldest and largest among Greek banks,
heads the strongest financial group in the
country. It boasts a dynamic profile
internationally, particularly in Southeastern
Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean.
Greece - Scotiabank UK provides a
complete range of retail, commercial, corporate,
investment and international banking services to
customers in the Greece. Scotiabank is an
international bank with more than 1,700 branches
and offices in over 50 countries, our 41,000
employees deliver the quality service that has
made Scotiabank one of world's premier financial
institutions. Since welcoming our first customer
in 1832, Scotiabank has enjoyed continued success
by building on five core strengths and executing
the basics of banking exceptionally well.
- Online banking system of the Egnatia Bank.