Banking in Greece

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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]

Central Bank[edit]

Major Commercial Banks[edit]

Further information: List of banks in Greece

Alpha Bank

Attica Bank

Eurobank Ergasias

National Bank of Greece

Piraeus Bank

New TT Hellenic Postbank

Greek branches of international banks[edit]

BNP Paribas Securities

HSBC

UniCredit

Bank Saderat Iran (Athens Branch website)

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

Defunct Banks[edit]

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[edit]

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