NBG (National Bank of Greece S.A.) Earnings Review & Estimates Update, January 12, 2018

NBG (National Bank of Greece) is one of the four systemic commercial banks in Greece and the largest in terms of market capitalization. It operates as commercial bank on stand-alone basis as well as via a group of companies in Greece and abroad. It possesses a workforce of over 11.8K employees. As of end 2017, the major shareholders of the Bank consisted of the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (40.39%) and other legal and physical entities (58.61%).

National Bank of Greece S.A.

National Bank of Greece is a financial institution based in Greece. Co. maintains operations in the retail banking sector, with 509 branches and one premium banking branch, and 1,448 ATMs. Co. offers its customers a range of integrated financial services, including: corporate and investment banking; retail banking (including mortgage lending); leasing and factoring; stock brokerage and asset management; insurance; and real estate and consulting services. Co. is also involved in other businesses, including hotel and property management. Co. operates in Greece, U.K., South Eastern Europe which includes Bulgaria, Romania, Albania, Serbia, as well as, in Cyprus, Malta, Egypt and South Africa.




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