Established in 1924, Attica Bank is one of Greece’s oldest banks and offers a full spectrum of banking products and services to both individual and corporate clients. With a network of 55 branches located throughout Greece, Attica Bank serves over 130,000 active clients.Attica Bank hopes to become “the oldest modern bank in Greece” and is setting ambitious targets to double its loan assets within three years and increase its number of active clients through the full scale delivery of digital services and products. The Bank focuses on SMEs and entrepreneurs and aims to finance projects in energy, environment and infrastructure. Attica Bank plans to become the first banking institution in Greece to fully eliminate all NPLs that emerged from the global financial crisis from its balance sheet.
Growth, consolidation, digitisation, and a customer-centric approach are at the core of Attica Bank’s strategic plan, says Chairman Costas Mitropoulos, who believes Greece’s fifth largest lender will become the country’s first zero-legacy NPL bank by the end of this year.
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