Alpha Bank Greece

Alpha Bank GreeceAlpha Bank Greece, founded in 1879, is one of the largest banks in Greece. With a network of over 900 branches, Alpha Bank Group is actively involved in the international banking market, with a presence in Cyprus, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Ukraine, Albania, Macedonia and the United Kingdom. 

Alpha Bank Greece, 4.5 out of 5 based on 36 ratings

The Bank’s activity covers the entire spectrum of financial services. The main purpose of the bank is the accuracy, reliability and efficiency in the provision of banking services.

Alfa Bank is known as recognized pioneer in the introduction of new electronic services, such as:

Alphaphone (telephone banking service);
Alphaline (banking through computer);
Alpha Web Banking (banking via the Internet);
Alpha-Mobile Banking (banking via mobile phone).

It also offers services in the shipping sector and a wide range of loans and deposits.

Together with the companies of the banking group, Alfa Bank covers all aspects of the financial sector, providing comprehensive services in the following areas:

– Financial services, through and Alpha Leasing ABC FactorsAlpha Finance, Alpha Asset Management Α.Ε.D.A.K. and the European Development Programs Management Company of Thessaly and Sterea Hellas;
– Investment services through Alpha Ventures and Ionian Holdings;
– Information and other services through Alpha Supporting Services;
– Real estate serivices, through Alpha Astika Akinita;
– Hotels management, through Ionian Hotel Enterprises.

Alfa Bank daily cares of the continuous quantitative and qualitative improvement in the level of products and services, modern and responsible attitude to all banking needs of their customers.

Alpha Bank Greece SWIFT Code: CRBAGRAA

Alpha Bank Greece Contacts:

Head Office: Stadiou 40  Athens 10252, Greece

Customer Support Offices: 105, Athinon Avenue, 104 47 Athens (1st floor).

Call Centre (Common number 801 11 326 0000 or 0030 210 326 0000 – (IVR choice 6) 8:00 – 16:00, Monday – Sunday

Alpha Bank Branches Opening Hours in Greece:

Typically from 8am to 2.30pm (Monday to Thursday) and 8am to 2pm (Fridays).

Alpha Bank Greece, 4.5 out of 5 based on 36 ratings
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