National Bank of Greece

National Bank of GreeceNational Bank of Greece (NBG) was founded in 1841 and was the first bank of the modern Greek state, with the decisive contribution to the economic life of 170 years of history. The bank’s shares are listed on the Athens Stock Exchange since 1880. Today the bank is headed by the strongest financial group in Greece, with a strong presence in South-Eastern Europe and Eastern Mediterranean. 

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Since October 1999, the bank was listed on the New York Stock Exchange. In late 2002, the National Bank of Greece merged through the acquisition of a subsidiary “National Bank for Industrial Development S.A.”. As part of its strategic focus on SE Europe, the bank acquired in 2006, Finansbank in Turkey and Vojvođanska Banka in Serbia.

National Bank of Greece offers a wide range of financial products and services that meet the ever-changing needs of business and individuals. Bank controls ¼ of retail banking and has the largest deposit base in Greece (24% market share in deposits).
With 528 stores and 1,383 ATMs, NBG has the most complete service network covering the entire geographical territory of Greece, at the same time developing alternative distribution channels for its products, such as mobile and internet banking. The overseas network includes 1,131 units and has 34,557 employees, serving the market of 125 million people (as of 03.31.2012).

National Bank of Greece Opening Hours for Customers:

From 8am to 2.30pm (Monday to Thursday) and 8am to 2pm on Fridays

National Bank of Greece Contacts

National Bank of Greece, Aiolou 86, 102 32 Athens, Greece

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Call us at 181818 from a landline or mobile phone from anywhere in Greece
or at +30 210 48 48 484 from abroad, 24/7

National Bank of Greece SWIFT Code: ETHNGRAA

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