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Eurobank has won new major, global distinctions as it has been named “Best Sub-Custodian Bank 2024” in Greece & Cyprus by the internationally renowned Global Finance magazine”. It was also named "Best in Class: Global Asset Safety and Risk Management", by the Global Custodian magazine, in the context of the "Leaders in Custody 2024" awards.

Eurobank's top distinction as the Best Custodial Bank is the 18th distinction it receives from Global Finance since 2006, a fact that demonstrates the consistently high quality of the Bank's services. This consistency affirms the Bank’s successful strategy in providing innovative, high-quality post-trading services to institutional and private clients in Greece and abroad.

The Global Finance magazine highlights, every year, the top performers in the banking industry based on multifactorial criteria, such as, the relationship 
with customers, quality of the services provided, technological platforms, ability to immediately respond to a series of regulatory changes, creation of innovative products & services, as well as knowledge of the regulatory framework & practices in each market.

In addition, in the context of the Leaders in Custody Awards 2024, held in London, the Global Custodian magazine, recognized the high level of the Bank's services naming Eurobank as "Best in Class: Global Asset Safety and Risk Management".

This distinction, which establishes Eurobank among the leading providers of high-level post-transaction services with an emphasis on asset security and risk management, was based on the high score the Bank has achieved in surveys among institutional clients, distinguishing Eurobank among domestic and foreign leading banks.

Εurobank offers one of the most complete spectrum of post – trading services in the Greek market - Clearing, Custody, Asset Servicing & Fund Administration, Middle Office, Shareholders & Investors Services - to private and institutional clients, in Greece and abroad.

More on Eurobank’s distinctions here.