National Bank of Greece was established in 1841 and was the first bank to be set up in the Modern Greek State, going on to play a key role in the economy of Greece throughout its 176-year history. Today NBG heads one of the largest financial groups in Greece, playing a key role in the efforts to support the Greek economy and the economic and social transformation of the country.
NBG offers a wide range of financial products and services that meet the ever evolving needs of private and business customers.
The Bank rightly considers itself to be the preferred bank of families in Greece, as it controls ¼ of the retail banking market. Its leading position in savings deposits reflects the trust of its customers who in essence comprise NBG's driving force.
With an extensive branch and ATM network comprised of over 542 branches and 1,447 ATMs, NBG covers the entire geographical area of Greece, while it has also developed state-of-the-art e-channels, including Mobile and Internet Banking. Today, NBG's international network includes 119 units, while the Group employs some 11,800 employees (as at 30 September 2017).