Eurobank Group is a European banking organization with total assets of € 77.6 billion (pro-forma), more than 20,000 employees and a network of more than 1,100 branches.
Eurobank Group is one of the four systemic pillars in the Greek banking system, while at the same time it holds a strategic position in Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia, offers discerning Wealth Management services in Cyprus and Luxembourg, and is also present in London and the Ukraine.
The legal merger with New TT Hellenic Postbank (New TT HPB) and the absorption of former Proton Bank by the Eurobank Group strengthens its strategic position in the Greek banking sector, enhancing its capacity to support Greek businesses and households and creating significant synergies.
The merger by absorption of New Proton with Eurobank was completed on November 22, 2013. The operational integration of Proton Bank’s branches, systems and products was completed on December 6, 2013, while ensuring optimum client service.
The transfer of New TT HPB shares to Eurobank was concluded on August 30, 2013. The legal merger was completed on December 27, 2013 following the approval of the competent authorities. The operational merger will follow and is estimated to be completed time by April 2014.
Eurobank maintains the New TT Hellenic Postbank branch network as a distinct network, under the brand name New Hellenic Postbank, respecting its clientele and its long established history which is strongly interrelated to the idea of “Savings” in Greece.
If you are a client of New TT HPB, you will continue to be serviced seamlessly by New TT HPB, while you can already enjoy the following benefits:
Clients of both Eurobank and New TT HPB can use their debit cards for cash withdrawals and balance inquiries at the Banks’ branches and ATMs at no charge.
Moreover, they can transfer funds to Euro or F/X accounts that they, or third parties, have with Eurobank and New TT HPB. Clients can also use all branches and electronic channels of Eurobank and New TT HPB for their credit card payments.
If you are a former Proton Bank client, we welcome you to visit any Eurobank Branch where we will be happy to inform you about the transition of your products and services in the Eurobank environment, and discuss with you the variety of new options now available to you.
If you are a former Proton Live user please see here
instructions for immediate access to Eurobank e-banking.
For more information about the Eurobank network, please click here
For more information about the New TT Hellenic Postbank network please click here
|Latest Group News|
» Capital requirements based on the Bank of Greece Report, 3/7/2014
» Announcement Date of the Annual Financial Report 2013
» Full Year 2013 Results
» Announcement date of the Full Year 2013 Results, 1/30/2014
» Eurobank completes the legal merger with New TT Hellenic Postbank, 12/27/2013
» Announcement, 12/27/2013
» Reply to the Hellenic Capital Market Commission’s request dated December 20, 2013
» Eurobank completes the operational merger of Proton Bank
» 3Q 2013 Results
» Merger Eurobank – New PROTON, 11/22/2013
» Announcement Initiation of Share Capital Increase Process, 11/14/2013
» Announcement - Listing of new shares following the share capital increase, 11/12/2013
» Announcement of the Publication of the Prospectus of Eurobank Ergasias S.A., 11/12/2013
» Summary of the Draft Merger Agreement of Eurobank Ergasias S.A. with New ΤΤ and Announcement to the Shareholders , 10/23/2013
» Summary of the Draft Merger Agreement of Eurobank Ergasias S.A. with New PROTON BANK S.A. and Announcement to the Shareholders, 10/18/2013
» Announcement - Initiation of Merger Process, 10/7/2013
» Announcement – Initiation of Merger Process, 9/30/2013
» Interbank transactions at no charge for Eurobank, New Hellenic Postbank and New Proton Bank, 9/6/2013
» Acquisition of the shares of New TT Hellenic Postbank and New Proton Bank, 9/2/2013
» Resolutions of the Bank’s Extraordinary Shareholders General Meeting of 8/26/2013
» Eurobank acquires New Hellenic Postbank and New Proton Bank, 7/15/2013
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