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Banking in Greece

Banking in Greece is an industry that has an average leverage ratio (assets/networth) 16 to 1, and short-term liabilities equal to 35% of the Greek GDP or 38% of the Greek national debt, as of 11 October 2008.[1]

Contents

  • Central Bank 1
  • Major Commercial Banks 2
    • Greek branches of international banks 2.1
  • Defunct Banks 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5
  • References 6

Central Bank

Major Commercial Banks

Alpha Bank

Attica Bank

Eurobank Ergasias

National Bank of Greece

Piraeus Bank

New TT Hellenic Postbank

Greek branches of international banks

BNP Paribas Securities

HSBC

UniCredit

Bank Saderat Iran (Athens Branch website)

Ziraat Bank (2 branches, one in Athens and one in Komotini)

Defunct Banks

ATEbank

Bank of Cyprus

Citibank

Emporiki Bank

First Business Bank

Geniki Bank

Hellenic Bank

Marfin Egnatia Bank

Millennium Bank

PROBANK

Proton Bank

TBank

See also

External links

  • List of largest Greek banks

References

  1. ^ http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/11/business/worldbusiness/11charts.html?_r=1&partner=rssnyt&emc=rss&referer=sphere_related_content&referer=sphere_related_content&oref=slogin
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