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Bank of Greece  
The Bank of Greece is the central bank of the country. It was established in 1927, by an Annex to the Geneva Protocol of 15 September 1927, a few years after World War I and the Asia Minor Disaster. In the 75 years of its existence, the Bank has had 15 Governors and 26 Deputy Governors. .

Agricultural Bank of Greece  
manages a powerful group of financial companies, which instil its employees, creates bonds of commitment with them, and offers them economic rewards, social and ethical motives, participation in results, continuous and on-going education and training, career development programs, effort recognition and pleasant working conditions.

Alpha Credit Bank  
With faith, loyalty and vision, Alpha Bank preserved the principles and values that have governed its operation since its establishment. Our primary aim is credibility, reliability and efficiency in banking services. Our everyday concern? Constant qualitative and quantitative improvement of our products and services, modern and responsible treatment of all the banking needs of our clients.

Alpha Credit Bank  
Second largest Bank in Greece with 470 Branches, Alpha Bank Group is also active in the international banking market, with presence in New York, London, Jersey in the Channel Islands, Cyprus, Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, F.Y.R.O.M and Serbia and Montenegro.

Bank of Central Greece  
The Bank of Greece is the central bank of the country. It was established in 1927, by an Annex to the Geneva Protocol of 15 September 1927, a few years after World War I and the Asia Minor Disaster. In the 75 years of its existence, the Bank has had 15 Governors and 26 Deputy Governors. The Bank's Head Office is located in the centre of the city of Athens, at 21 El. Venizelou Str., opposite the three historical buildings of the Academy, the University and the National Library.

Bank of Cyprus Group  
The Group offers a wide range of financial products and services, which include banking services in Cyprus, Greece, United Kingdom, Australia and Channel Islands, finance, leasing, factoring, brokerage, fund management, general and life insurance services in Cyprus and Greece, and investment banking services in Cyprus.

Barclays Bank  
The Barclaycard is a member of the British financial group Barclays Bank PLC and the largest publisher of credit cards throughout Europe. This is a company of international standing and recognition, with millions of satisfied customers worldwide. They currently offer their services to more than 12 million Europeans settled in Greece, England, Germany, France, Italy, Portugal and Spain.

Black Sea Trade and Development Bank  
Black Sea Trade and Development Bank is an international financial institution established by Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine. With an authorized capital of SDR 1 billion, the Bank supports economic development and regional cooperation by providing trade and project financing, guarantees, and equity for development projects supporting both public and private enterprises in its member countries.

Co-operative Bank of Ioannina  
The CO-OPERATIVE BANK OF IOANNINA is a financially healthy and constantly developing Credit Institution which administers properly and profitably the assets and the savings that the people of Ioannina entrust to it.


EFG Eurobank Ergasia  
EFG Eurobank Ergasias is the second largest Greek Bank by Market Capitalisation and the third largest listed company in Greece. Eurobank EFG Group is an international banking organization with total assets of over €68.4 bn. The Group employs more than 22.000 people and offers its products and services both through its network of over 1.500 branches and points of sale and through alternative distribution channels. In Greece, Eurobank EFG Group is the leader in consumer lending, mutual fund management, investment banking, equity brokerage and life insurance. It is also the largest lender to small businesses in the country and among the largest lenders to large domestic corporations of the private sector.

EGNATIA BANK has advanced technological infrastructures, an extended and ever-growing branch network, and highly trained officers to cater for any banking needs and provide innovative products and services to the customers. The goal of MARFIN EGNATIA BANK is to always support its customers, by providing integrated services that cover any banking needs. The extended network of 150 branches and more than 180 ATMs, and the MARFIN Direct electronic and phone services ensure fast, integrated and immediate customer service.

Emporiki Bank  
H Commercial Bank was founded in 1907, is listed on the ASE since 1909 and is one of the largest commercial banks in Greece. The Commercial Bank operates in the domestic and international capital and money markets, offering a full range of traditional and modern banking products and services, which cover the savings, financial and investment needs of its customer base.

Hellenic Bank  
At Hellenic Bank, friendliness is the foundation of our development. We build strong personal and professional relationships with our customers. We invest in our people. We are a bank that evolves dynamically so as to keep up with the challenges of our times.

National Bank of Greece  
National Bank of Greece, 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.

Millennium Bank  
The Bank Millennium bank started operation in September 2000 (called NovaBank), in the making today in the new power of the Greek banking area, achieving very rapid growth rates and magnitudes network and introducing innovative banking products and services. Today, the Millennium bank network counts 173 shops in Greece (147 retail banking, 23 units and Factoring Business Banking, Private Banking centres 3).

Piraeus Bank  
Piraeus Bank Group is one of the most dynamic financial organisations in Greece today. Founded in 1916, Piraeus Bank went through a period of state-ownership and management (1975-1991) before it was privatised, in December 1991. Since then, it has continuously grown in size and activities.

Cooperative Bank of Chania  
The Bank assesses the Business enterprise projects and plans with the owners and managers of the financing in the form of investment loans, revolving fund accounts, etc., within the bounds set by the Bank of Greece and commercial banking criteria . The form of financing, bank guarantees and the conditions of operation of accounts designed to meet their operational requirements.