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The Historical Archives of Eurobank SA capture and preserve historic milestones of the Eurobank Group. The documents and archives shed light on how Eurobank and its financial merger partners have advanced over time. Find out how Greek banking has evolved and how the Greek economy and social values were shaped. Dating back to 1912, the rich heritage of the Greek Postal Savings Bank holds special value.

Archives and collections

The Eurobank Historical Archives contain documents dating back to the early 20th century. The archives and collections include museum artefacts, relics, manuscripts and other documents relating to our banking history in printed, electronic, magnetic or visual form:

The Eurobank Historical Archives also include documents from private collections that relate to the Eurobank Group history:

The Historical Archives are continuously replenished with material related to the history of the Eurobank Group.

International archiving standards

To curate and promote the wealth of the Eurobank Historical Archives, our scientific team applies international archiving standards:

  • We work with the units that manage the current operational archives to process the materials.
  • We evaluate and pick out materials for our archives.
  • We record, label and document the materials.
  • We sort out the documents and compile directories.

Advanced storage systems

We apply modern methods, strict archiving systems and technical know-how to showcase the Eurobank Historical Archives:

  • We digitise all materials and use an integrated IT system to manage them.
  • We store all archived materials safely in repositories and use sophisticated security systems and modern equipment.

The Historical Archives Reading Room

Open to researchers

The Historical Archives Reading Room is open to researchers who wish to study the archived material. Eurobank Group employees may also access the Historical Archives for work-related purposes.

Visitors have access to specific archives and collections:

  • Eurobank (Euromerchant Bank) Archives, 1989-1992.
  • Greek Postal Savings Bank Archives, 1909-1992.
  • Bank of Athens Archives (former Professional Credit Bank, former V. Karavasilis Bank, former V. Karavasilis Tobacco Company and Bank, established in 1927), 1924, 1952-1992.
  • Ergasias Bank Archives, 1978-1992.
  • Konstantinos S. Kapsaskis Foundation Collection (Archive), 1948-1992.

Scheduling your visit

To schedule your visit to the Historical Archives Reading Room, fill in the online Researcher Application Form for visiting the EHA.

As soon as we receive your form, we will contact you to schedule your visit.

During your visit, you must fill in the Researcher Onsite Application Form. It relates to your access to the archived material and your consent to the terms in the:

You must present a photo ID during your visit.

All Historical Archives areas are accessible to people with disabilities.

Getting here

Visit us:

Monday-Friday, 10:00-15:00

10 Filellinon and 13 Xenofontos Streets (2nd floor), Athens, Greece

By public transport:

  • Metro Lines 2, 3 – Syntagma Station
  • Tram Lines 4, 5 – Syntagma Stop
  • Buses no. 040 and 227 – Filellinon Stop
  • Bus no. 856 – Syntagma Square Stop

Permanent exhibitions

The 115 years of Greek Postal Savings Bank Exhibition is open to the public:

Monday – Friday 10:00-17:30

2-6 Pesmazoglou Street, Athens

Admission is free.

Get a close look at special exhibits from the Eurobank Historical Archives dating back to 1900.


Eurobank Historical Archives
10 Filellinon Street (2nd floor) 10557 Athens, Greece
Phone: +302103721811