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Eurobank Ergasias SA
Native name
Τράπεζα Eurobank Ergasias AE
Anonymi Etairia
Traded as AthexEUROB
OTC Pink: EGFED
Industry Financial services
Founded 1990
Headquarters Athens, Greece
Number of locations
863 branches (Q3 2015) (Greece 491, of which 138 New TT Hellenic Postbank)
Key people
Nikolaos Karamouzis (Chairman)
Fokion Karavias (CEO)
Products Retail
Private
Corporate Banking
Revenue Decrease1.762 billion (2015)
Decrease€433 million (2015)[1]
Profit Decrease-€1.181 billion (2015)[1]
Total assets Decrease€73.5 billion (2015)[1]
Total equity Increase€6.4 billion (2015)[1] Common Equity Tier 1 =13.1% (Fully Loaded Basel III)
Owner Fairfax Financial Holdings (17.29%)[2]
Number of employees
9087 (company)
17309 (group)
Subsidiaries
Website www.eurobank.gr

Eurobank Ergasias SA (Greek: Τράπεζα Eurobank Ergasias AE) is the third largest bank in Greece by total assets and third by market capitalisation of 1.15 billion euro as at 11 July 2016, with more than 860 branches globally and more than 490 throughout the country and leading market shares in high growth segments. It was part of Spiro Latsis group of companies. Eurobank Ergasias is based in Athens, Greece.

Eurobanks are financial institutions that accept deposits and make loans in foreign currencies.

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