ALPHA BANK entered the Serbian Market in 2002, with its trusted values and many years of international experience. In 2005, by acquiring of Jubanka A.D., Alpha Bank positioned itself at the top of the Serbian banking elite. The Contract in the value of EUR 152 million makes this privatization one of the biggest foreign investments ever made in Serbia.
Alpha Bank Group is one of the leading finance and banking groups in Greece and it offers a wide range of financial services to individuals and corporations. The Bank is present on Greek Market , Markets of the South-Eastern Europe, Ukraine and also in London and New York and is currently performing business with more than four million clients.
EUROBANK is member of Eurobank Group, a European banking organization with total assets of € 80.1 billion, 20,000 employees and a retail network of more than 1,100 branches in Greece and in 7 other countries. Eurobank offers a full range of quality banking and financial products and services to households and businesses.
The Eurobank Group holds a strategic position in retail and business banking in Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia, offers discerning Wealth Management services in Cyprus, Luxembourg and is also present in London.
PIRAEUS BANK is the member of Piraeus Bank Group with head office building in Athens, Greece and over 22.000 employees in 10 countries around the world. Piraeus banking group in its offer has full spectrum of financial products and services providing satisfaction for over some 7 million clients. Total assets of the Group at the end of 2013 reached 92 billion Euros, total loans 62 billion Euros, while the deposits reached 54 billion Euros.
Piraeus bank Beograd strive to recognize the needs of Serbian society, to be its true part and maintain developed sense of socially corporative responsibility, as well as to contribute to economic progress of Serbia.
VOJVODJANSKA BANKA is an institution with a long tradition and represents one of the most famous brand names in our country. The Bank was successfully acquired by the National Bank of Greece Group with 99.4% of the equity share, by the end of 2006. This acquisition of Vojvodjanska Banka, via a privatization process in which 11 European banks originally expressed interest, is considered the largest and most significant sale process of a state-controlled bank in Serbia to date.
Following the acquisition of Vojvodjanska Banka, the Group is placed 5th in terms of Total Assets and 2nd in terms of branch network (total of 109 units), confirming the potential of further growth in the Serbian Banking Sector.
MARFIN BANK has been operating in Serbia from 2006, and today owns a network of 25 branches located throughout the country and currently employing 461 employees. Marfin bank in Serbia offers a complete range of banking services regarding loans for private individuals and legal entities, domestic and international payments, payment cards, savings, assets management products as well as electronic banking. Marfin Popular banking group is the second largest bank in Cyprus and amongst the first five largest banks in Greece, with a powerful international presence.