The largest and oldest Bank of Greece, National Bank of Greece, is also present in the markets of Southeast Europe and Eastern Mediterranean.
Positioning of the National Bank of Greece on the Serbian market started in January 2002 by opening a branch in Belgrade. The network is constantly developing, in order to reach its aim – to cover all major economic centers in Serbia, a wide range of financial products and services in corporate and retail banking operations. In this way, clients have the opportunity to use all the advantages of a network that including 18 countries, more than 900 organizational units and thousands of correspondent banks worldwide.
In 2006, institution with a long tradition and one of the most famous brand names in Serbia, Vojvodjanska Banka was affiliated to the “National Bank of Greece” Group. Following the acquisition of Vojvodjanska Banka, the NBG Group standing in fifth place to total assets, is placed 5th in terms of Total Assets and 2nd in terms of branch network with 109 business units, confirming the quality of its services.
Reputation and large customer base of Vojvodjanska Banka and operating platform of NBG Belgrade, all with the support and experience of the National Bank of Greece Group, make a powerful partner both for the Group and the Serbian economy. After the takeover, the two banks in Serbia have been operating under the name of “Vojvodjanska banka ad Novi Sad”. www.nbg.gr
Leasing companies within NBG Group
NBG Group offers activities in following countries of Southeastern Europe:
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 by the end of 2006. 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 204 units), confirming the potential of further growth in the Serbian Banking Sector.
After the takeover, the two banks have been operating under the name „Vojvođanska banka a.d. Novi Sad” (Vojvodjanska Bank, a joint stock company Novi Sad), with its headquarters in Novi Sad. Combining the strong customer base and brand reputation of Vojvodjanska Bank with the NBG Beograd operational platform and the support of National Bank of Greece in banking products development, operations management, IT, capital, deposit potential and the integration process, these two banks will make a powerful partner for both NBG Group and the Serbian economy.