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:
- Eurobank Ergasias Archives 1989 to date
- Eurobank Ergasias Collection 1991-2016
- Greek Postal Savings Bank Archives 1912-2007
- Greek Postal Savings Bank Collection 1924-2016
- Greek Postal Savings Bank Employee Association Collection 1930-1981
- Archives from other banks
The Eurobank Historical Archives also include documents from private collections that relate to the Eurobank Group history:
- Nikolaos Kafentzopoulos Archives 1900-2001
- Vasias Tsokopoulos Archives 1894-2000
- Androniki Boumi Archives 1982-2004
- Nikolaos Karamolegkos Archives 1976-1993
- Ioanna Tsouflidou Archives 1963-2013
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 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.
The Eurobank Group employees may also access the Eurobank Historical Archives for work-related purposes.
We continue to label, record, organise and digitise the material of the Eurobank Historical Archives. Our goal is to provide the scientific community and the public with access to even more archival material in the near future.
ContactEurobank Historical Archives
10 Filellinon Street (2nd floor)
10557 Athens, Greece