National Bank of Greece Historical Archive, Athens

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The National Bank of Greece is a global banking and financial services company with its headquarters in Athens, Greece. From the operations in Greece come 85% of its pretax preprovision profits, complemented by 15% from Southeastern Europe. The group offers financial products and services for corporate and institutional clients along with private and business customers. Services include banking services, brokerage, insurance, asset management, shipping finance, leasing and factoring markets. The group is the second largest Greek bank by total assets and the second largest by market capitalisation of 3 Billion Euro as at 23 May 2017. It is the largest by deposits in Greece, it is not the largest by assets in Greece, trailing Piraeus Bank. It is third largest by Greek loan assets trailing Piraeus Bank and Alpha Bank.
The Swiss banker Jean-Gabriel Eynard and Georgios Stavros founded NBG in 1841 as a commercial bank. Stavros was also elected as the first director of the Bank until his death in 1869. From NBG's inception until the establishment of the Bank of Greece in 1928, NBG enjoyed the right to issue banknotes. When the Athens Stock Exchange was founded in 1880, NBG immediately listed on the exchange, a listing it has retained to the present.
The bank is currently listed on the Athens Exchange; it is a constituent of the FTSE/Athex Large Cap index. From 1999 to 2015 it was listed on the New York Stock Exchange .
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  • I passed this archive on my pedestrian travels around the City and was intrigued enough to enter. It is worth a visit. There was a great deal of fascinating material as well as detailed papers lodged ...  more »
  • During my stay in Athens, I visited the Acropolis hill and then took a stroll around the northern area and stopped by the bank. The architecture of a profound and robust image was impressive.
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