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Eurobank Asset Management MFMC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Eurobank SA. The company is the investment arm of the Eurobank Group, providing the mutual funds offered by the wealth management services of Eurobank and institutional asset management services. Eurobank Asset Management MFMC also offers investment advice to institutional and private clients.

Mutual fund and property management

With a 25.96% share in the mutual fund market, Eurobank Asset Management MFMC ranks #1 in mutual fund in Greece, according to data by the Hellenic Fund and Asset Management Association, 31.03.2024. It manages and supervises €5.6 billion in assets (data on 31.03.2024):

  • 61 mutual funds totalling €4.5 billion: 24 mutual funds domiciled in Greece, 34 domiciled in Luxembourg and 3 domiciled in Cyprus.
  • €1.2 billion in institutional and private portfolios.
  • €0.63 billion in third-party mutual funds of foreign investment companies.

Eurobank Asset Management MFMC is the first asset management company in Greece committing to the global initiative of the PRI (Principles for Responsible Investment). The company’s investment philosophy adopts the ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) criteria. It actively supports sustainable development, treating environmental, social and governance issues responsibly.


Eurobank Asset Management MFMC was incorporated in 2011 after a merger between Eurobank EFG Asset Management SA and Eurobank EFG Mutual Fund Management Company SA:

  • Eurobank EFG Asset Management SA started its operations in institutional asset management in 2000.
  • Eurobank EFG Mutual Fund Management Company SA was incorporated in 1999, focusing on mutual fund management.


Eurobank Asset Management MFMC 
10 Stadiou Street
10564 Athens, Greece
Phone: +302103352800

General Electronic Commercial Registry (GEMI) registration number: 2292401000
Supervising authority: Hellenic Capital Market Commission
Operating license number: 79/5/09.07.1996, 6/600/11.10.2011, 8/695/15.10.2014 and 7/749/21.01.2016

CEO: Agamemnon Kotrozos