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  • The Bank
    options Relationship Managers Financial Institutions Project Finance Public Private Partnerships Project Update Securities Services Home Group The Bank The Bank Share on facebook Tweet on twitter Print Page Content National Bank was established in 1841 and became the first bank in the modern Greek state with a decisive contribution to the financial life during these 170 years of history Nowadays National Bank leads one of the largest and strongest financial groups in Greece with a strong presence in Southeast Europe and Eastern Mediterranean National Bank offers a broad range of financial products and services that meet the ever changing needs of businesses and individuals It would be fair to describe it as the Bank of the Greek family since it controls the ¼ of retail banking and has 24 market share in deposits The share of deposits reflects the confidence of the savings customers which are its driving force With 528 branches and 1 416 ATMs it has an extensive service network covering the entire geographical area of Greece while at the same time it is developing alternative distribution channels for its products such as the Mobile and Internet Banking services Today the network of the Bank abroad includes 1 217 units while the Group employs 34 157 employees serving a market of 125 million residents data as of 31 03 2015 The Bank History Financial Highlights Human Resources Human Resources Development NBG staff in numbers and charts Awards Distinctions Leading Ahead Corporate Social Responsibility CSR framework CSR Policy of NBG and its Group Organizational Structure for CSR Issues Responsibility Corporate Social Action programme Memberships in Organizations and Indices Responsibility to the Economy Responsibility to the Market Responsibility to the Employees Leading Ahead Responsibility to the Environment Environmental Policy Statement of NBG Environmental Management System Climate Change Responsibility to the

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  • Companies
    Update Securities Services Home Group Group companies Companies Share on facebook Tweet on twitter Print Page Content National Bank is leading one of the largest financial groups in Greece with a strong presence in Southeast Europe and Eastern Mediterranean The NBG Group operates in 12 countries worldwide where it controls apart from NBG 9 banks and 63 companies providing financial and other services with a workforce of 34 157 employees Greece National Bank of Greece S A Ethniki Hellenic General Insurance S A NBG Securities S A NBG Asset Management Mutual Funds S A Ethniki Leasing S A Ethniki Factors S A Ethniki Kefalaiou S A NBG Pangaea REIC Cyprus National Bank of Greece Cyprus Ltd Ethniki Insurance Cyprus Ltd NBG Securities SA Romania Banca Romaneasca SA NBG Leasing IFN SA NBG Securities Romania SA Garanta Asigurari SA Serbia Vojvodjanska Banka AD Novi Sad NBG Leasing d o o Egypt NBG Egypt Network United Kingdom NBG London Branch NBGI Private Equity Ltd NBG Securities SA Turkey Finansbank Finans Pension Finans Invest Finans Leasing Finans Asset Management Finans Factoring Bulgaria United Bulgarian Bank AD Interlease EAD UBB Factoring UBB Chartis Insurance Company AD UBB Alico Life Insurance Company AD UBB Insurance Broker AD FYROM Stopanska Banka AD Skopje Albania Banka NBG Albania Sh A South Africa The South African Bank of Athens Ltd Malta NBG Bank Malta Ltd Australia NBG Melbourne Representative Office The Bank History Financial Highlights Human Resources Human Resources Development NBG staff in numbers and charts Awards Distinctions Leading Ahead Corporate Social Responsibility CSR framework CSR Policy of NBG and its Group Organizational Structure for CSR Issues Responsibility Corporate Social Action programme Memberships in Organizations and Indices Responsibility to the Economy Responsibility to the Market Responsibility to the Employees Leading Ahead Responsibility to the Environment Environmental Policy Statement

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  • Corporate Governance
    Short term Lending Short term Lending Solutions Specialized Lending Solutions Co funded Programmes Provision of guarantees International Trade Import Export Services Trade Finance Solutions Guarantee Programmes for International Transactions Corporate Cash Management Payroll Solutions Specially designed Corporate packages Payments Liquidity Management Solutions Ample variety of Corporate Cash Management options Relationship Managers Financial Institutions Project Finance Public Private Partnerships Project Update Securities Services Home Group Corporate Governance Corporate Governance Share on facebook Tweet on twitter Print Page Content The Bank s corporate governance framework meets the requirements of Greek legislation and international best practices and is defined by the provisions of Greek Law the decrees of the Hellenic Capital Market Commission HCMC the Bank s Articles of Association and regulations as well as the stipulations of the Relationship Framework Agreement RFA between the Bank and the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund HFSF and the obligations of the Bank vis a vis the Monitoring Trustee The Bank being listed on the New York Stock Exchange NYSE is also subject to the US legal and regulatory framework Sarbanes Oxley Act and SEC and NYSE rules In February 2006 the Bank s Board of Directors the Board adopted a framework that sets out the Bank s corporate governance structure and policy This framework is based on international best practices and fosters continuity consistency and efficiency in the modus operandi of the Board and the governance of the Bank and the Group In March 2011 in compliance with the provisions of the corporate governance framework the Board adopted the Corporate Governance Code of the Bank which was thereafter amended in November 2013 so as to comply with the Relationship Framework Agreement between the Bank and the HFSF as well as with the Bank s obligations vis a vis the Monitoring Trustee During the course of 2013 the Board took decisions to strengthen the senior ranks of the Bank s management it was informed on matters of corporate governance by an external consultant and it amended the Charters of the various Board Committees in accordance with the changes in the corporate governance framework so as to comply with the Relationship Framework Agreement between the Bank and the HFSF and the obligations of the Bank vis a vis the Monitoring Trustee The Bank History Financial Highlights Human Resources Human Resources Development NBG staff in numbers and charts Awards Distinctions Leading Ahead Corporate Social Responsibility CSR framework CSR Policy of NBG and its Group Organizational Structure for CSR Issues Responsibility Corporate Social Action programme Memberships in Organizations and Indices Responsibility to the Economy Responsibility to the Market Responsibility to the Employees Leading Ahead Responsibility to the Environment Environmental Policy Statement of NBG Environmental Management System Climate Change Responsibility to the Society NBG Cultural Foundation NBG Historical Archive Social Actions by the Banks of the NBG Group Library Annual CSR Reports Contact Corporate Governance Board of Directors Committees Management Organizational Structure Regulations Principles Shareholder Structure Contact Group companies Greece Turkey Cyprus Bulgaria Romania FYROM Servia Albania Egypt South Africa UK

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  • Press Office
    services Corporate Banking Deposits Deposits in foreign currency Time deposit accounts Sight Accounts Cards Products and services Investment Products Products and services Long term Lending Long term Lending Solutions Short term Lending Short term Lending Solutions Specialized Lending Solutions Co funded Programmes Provision of guarantees International Trade Import Export Services Trade Finance Solutions Guarantee Programmes for International Transactions Corporate Cash Management Payroll Solutions Specially designed Corporate packages Payments Liquidity Management Solutions Ample variety of Corporate Cash Management options Relationship Managers Financial Institutions Project Finance Public Private Partnerships Project Update Securities Services Home Group Press Office Press Office Share on facebook Tweet on twitter Print Page Content Find all Press Releases related to the Bank and to NBG Group Access the most recent NBG Announcements Read in our new online magazine E spot current articles and management interviews economic reports and financial data The Bank History Financial Highlights Human Resources Human Resources Development NBG staff in numbers and charts Awards Distinctions Leading Ahead Corporate Social Responsibility CSR framework CSR Policy of NBG and its Group Organizational Structure for CSR Issues Responsibility Corporate Social Action programme Memberships in Organizations and Indices Responsibility to the Economy Responsibility to the Market Responsibility to the Employees Leading Ahead Responsibility to the Environment Environmental Policy Statement of NBG Environmental Management System Climate Change Responsibility to the Society NBG Cultural Foundation NBG Historical Archive Social Actions by the Banks of the NBG Group Library Annual CSR Reports Contact Corporate Governance Board of Directors Committees Management Organizational Structure Regulations Principles Shareholder Structure Contact Group companies Greece Turkey Cyprus Bulgaria Romania FYROM Servia Albania Egypt South Africa UK Malta Australia Branch and ATM Locator for Group Banks Abroad Investor Relations Financial Information Financial Announcements Presentations Annual and interim financial statements Summary financial information Audio visual files Statement of Application

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  • Investor Relations
    deposit accounts Sight Accounts Cards Products and services Investment Products Products and services Long term Lending Long term Lending Solutions Short term Lending Short term Lending Solutions Specialized Lending Solutions Co funded Programmes Provision of guarantees International Trade Import Export Services Trade Finance Solutions Guarantee Programmes for International Transactions Corporate Cash Management Payroll Solutions Specially designed Corporate packages Payments Liquidity Management Solutions Ample variety of Corporate Cash Management options Relationship Managers Financial Institutions Project Finance Public Private Partnerships Project Update Securities Services Home Group Investor Relations Page Content Financial Results Announcements NBG Group Q1 2015 Results Q1 15 Results Presentation Financial Statements of the Group and the Bank for the period ended 31 03 2015 Summary financial data and information for the period 01 01 31 03 2015 Latest Press Releases IR 14 07 2015 Announcement 14 July 2015 09 07 2015 Announcement 9 July 2015 07 07 2015 Announcement 7 July 2015 More The Bank History Financial Highlights Human Resources Human Resources Development NBG staff in numbers and charts Awards Distinctions Leading Ahead Corporate Social Responsibility CSR framework CSR Policy of NBG and its Group Organizational Structure for CSR Issues Responsibility Corporate Social Action programme Memberships in Organizations and Indices Responsibility to the Economy Responsibility to the Market Responsibility to the Employees Leading Ahead Responsibility to the Environment Environmental Policy Statement of NBG Environmental Management System Climate Change Responsibility to the Society NBG Cultural Foundation NBG Historical Archive Social Actions by the Banks of the NBG Group Library Annual CSR Reports Contact Corporate Governance Board of Directors Committees Management Organizational Structure Regulations Principles Shareholder Structure Contact Group companies Greece Turkey Cyprus Bulgaria Romania FYROM Servia Albania Egypt South Africa UK Malta Australia Branch and ATM Locator for Group Banks Abroad Investor Relations Financial Information Financial Announcements Presentations Annual and

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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
    International Transactions Corporate Cash Management Payroll Solutions Specially designed Corporate packages Payments Liquidity Management Solutions Ample variety of Corporate Cash Management options Relationship Managers Financial Institutions Project Finance Public Private Partnerships Project Update Securities Services Home Group Corporate Social Responsibility Corporate Social Responsibility Share on facebook Tweet on twitter Print Page Content One of the founding values and guiding principles of NBG throughout its history has been its contribution to the progress and prosperity of Greek society on which the Bank s long term and sustainable business success depends Standing by these principles NBG has developed a corporate culture that reflects the Bank s desire to function responsibly in all the sectors that contribute to sustainable growth including the market shareholders workers the community at large and the environment According to the definition in the Green Paper on Corporate Social Responsibility European Commission 2001 p 8 corporate social responsibility is a concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and in their interaction with their stakeholders on a voluntary basis For the Bank stakeholders are natural and legal persons who are affected directly or indirectly by its decisions and its operations including shareholders customers employees the business community NGOs local communities suppliers the government and media Participation of businesses in the welfare of the community Business activity has always been propelled by the need to make sufficient profit that it can continue to function within the environment in which it works and grows In recent years new conditions generated by the globalized economy have highlighted the need for businesses to participate in social development and require that corporations pull their weight in helping society to develop and prosper Socially responsible companies should make firm commitments to issues such as transparency quality of service the potential to create defend human rights protect the environment and preserve the cultural heritage all key components of CSR As both an internal company process and an external function CSR should permeate the sum of activities of modern day businesses NBG and Corporate Social Responsibility Having undertaken the role of responsible citizen vis à vis the community in which it operates throughout its long history from 1841 onwards NBG has consistently demonstrated its respect for human values the welfare of the community support for entrepreneurship the preservation of Greek culture support for letters and the arts and environmental protection The Bank History Financial Highlights Human Resources Human Resources Development NBG staff in numbers and charts Awards Distinctions Leading Ahead Corporate Social Responsibility Corporate Social Responsibility CSR framework CSR Policy of NBG and its Group Organizational Structure for CSR Issues Responsibility Corporate Social Action programme Memberships in Organizations and Indices Responsibility to the Economy Responsibility to the Market Responsibility to the Employees Leading Ahead Responsibility to the Environment Environmental Policy Statement of NBG Environmental Management System Climate Change Responsibility to the Society NBG Cultural Foundation NBG Historical Archive Social Actions by the Banks of the NBG Group Library Annual CSR Reports Contact Corporate

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  • Reports
    Corporate Cash Management options Relationship Managers Financial Institutions Project Finance Public Private Partnerships Project Update Securities Services Home Group Press Office E spot Reports Reports Share on facebook Tweet on twitter Print Search Keyword Category Greek Economy Sectoral Studies Sectoral Reports Survey of Greek Small and Medium Enterprises Southeastern Europe and Mediterranean Emerging Market Economies Weekly Report Quarterly Chartbook Macroeconomic and Financial Indicators Global Economy and Markets Financial Data From 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 To 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 14 07 2015 Global Economy Markets Weekly Roundup 14 07 15 Global Economy and Markets Read the full Article in pdf format 10 07 2015 Weekly Report 30 June 6 July 2015 Southeastern Europe and Mediterranean Emerging Market Economies Weekly Report Read the full Report in PDF format 07 07 2015 Global Economy Markets Weekly Roundup 07 07 15 Global Economy and Markets Read the full Article in pdf format 03 07 2015 Weekly Report 23 29 June 2015 Southeastern Europe and Mediterranean Emerging Market Economies Weekly Report Read the full Report in PDF format 03 07 2015 Global Economic Markets Factbook June 2015 Global Economy and Markets Read the full Article in pdf format 30 06 2015 Global Economy Markets Weekly Roundup 30 06 15 Global Economy and Markets Read the full Article in pdf format 26 06 2015 Weekly Report 16 22 June 2015 Southeastern Europe and Mediterranean Emerging Market Economies Read the full Report in PDF format 23 06 2015 Global Economy Markets Weekly Roundup 23 06 15 Global Economy and Markets Read the full Article in pdf format 19 06 2015 Weekly Report 9 15 June 2015 Southeastern Europe and Mediterranean Emerging Market Economies Weekly Report Read the full Report in PDF format 16 06 2015 Global Economy Markets Weekly Roundup 16 06 15 Global Economy and Markets Read the full Article in pdf format Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4 5 Last The Bank History Financial Highlights Human Resources Human Resources Development NBG staff in numbers and charts Awards Distinctions Leading Ahead Corporate Social Responsibility CSR framework CSR Policy of NBG and its Group Organizational Structure for CSR Issues Responsibility Corporate Social Action programme Memberships in Organizations and Indices Responsibility to the Economy Responsibility to the Market Responsibility to the Employees Leading Ahead Responsibility to the Environment Environmental Policy Statement of NBG Environmental Management System Climate Change Responsibility to the Society NBG Cultural Foundation

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  • Board of Directors
    Palace Vouliagmeni S A Ethniki Leasing S A and Ethniki Factors S A and also permanent representative of the Bank at the Board of Directors of the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry Mr Dimopoulos holds a Bachelor s degree in Economic and Political Sciences from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and a postgraduate degree in Economics from the University of East Anglia United Kingdom Paul Mylonas Member of the Executive Committee Tenure Start Date 26 06 2014 Tenure End Date 2016 Nationality Greek Year of birth 1958 Member In Companies No CV Paul Mylonas was elected Executive Member of the Board of Directors and Deputy CEO of the National Bank of Greece3 NBG in June 2014 Paul M ylonas was appointed Chief Risk Officer in December 2013 He is a Member of the Executive Committee He runs the Investment Committee and is a member of the ALCO Committee of the Group He is Vice Chairman of the BoD at Ethniki Insurance Co Chairman of the BoD of Vojvodjanska Banka AD Non Executive Chairman of the BoD of NBG Cyprus Ltd and serves on the Boards of Directors of Finansbank A S Astir Palace Vouliagmenis S A NBG Asset Management National Securities and United Bulgarian Bank AD Moreover he is a member of the Economic Advisory Board of the Hellenic Banks Association In July 2012 he was appointed General Manager of Strategy and International Operations From December 2010 until July 2012 he served as General Manager of Strategy and Governance From April 2004 to December 2010 he was General Manager of Strategy and Research Head of Investor Relations and Chief Economist of NBG Group which he joined in 2000 From 1995 to 2000 he worked as Senior Economist in the Economics Department of the OECD During 1999 2000 he served as the OECD representative at the G 10 Secretariat During the period 1987 1995 he worked at the International Monetary Fund as Senior Economist In the years 1985 1987 he was visiting Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics in Boston University P Mylonas holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics Economics Magna cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Brown University as well as a Master of Arts and a Ph D in Economics from Princeton University Non Executive members Stavros Koukos Tenure Start Date 21 06 2012 Tenure End Date 2016 Nationality Greek Year of birth 1954 Member In Companies 3 CV Stavros Koukos was born in 1954 in Nea Triglia Chalkidiki He is divorced and has one daughter He holds a degree in Economics of the School of Higher Industrial Studies of Thessaloniki from where he graduated in 1981 In 1973 he was recruited through competition in the National Bank of Greece He is an active member of the National Bank of Greece Employees Union SYETE since his recruitment in NBG He was elected member of the Administration Board of SYETE in 1982 Vice President of SYETE from 1986 to 1994 and further on President continuously elected from 1994 until 2006 He has been member of the General Council of OTOE since 1982 and was elected President of OTOE position that he holds until today since December 2006 He is also President of the Labour Institute of OTOE INE OTOE since 2006 and International Relations Secretary of OTOE He is also member of the General Council of GSEE from 2006 until today In 2012 he was elected employees representative in the Board of Directors of NBG Efthymios Katsikas Tenure Start Date 21 06 2012 Tenure End Date 2016 Nationality Greek Year of birth 1958 Member In Companies No CV Mr Efthymios Katsikas joined NBG in 1982 As from 2006 he served as chief of section grade A and in 2009 he was made rank 3 officer He has worked for the Bank s IT and HR Divisions and has been a member of HR management related committees and panels He participates in the NBG employees union and OTOE Federation of Bank Employee Unions of Greece Independent Non Executive Mem bers Dimitris Afendoulis Tenure Start Date 20 02 2014 Tenure End Date 2016 Nationality Greek Year of birth 1966 Member In Companies No CV Born in Athens in 1966 He studied Business Administration at the Athens University of Economics and Business and received his degree in 1990 In 1993 he received an MBA from the Athens University of Economics and Business In 1993 he joined the Latsis Group of Companies From 1993 to 1997 he worked at the Group s Internal Audit Division From 1997 to 2003 he served as Member and Secretary of the Latsis Group of Companies Audit Committee From 1997 he holds the position of Assistant General Manager of the Latsis Group in Greece and in such capacity he holds positions on a number of Boards of Directors of the Group s companies in Greece as well as abroad Since 2005 he is Member of the Executive Board of the John S Latsis Public Benefit Foundation holding the office of the Board s Secretary and thus having the primary responsibility for the administrative and financial operation of the Foundation as well as the development of its public benefit programs in Greece and abroad He participates on boards of various non profit organizations and foundations He is married and has two children Spiridon Theodoropoulos Tenure Start Date 14 04 2011 Tenure End Date 2016 Nationality Greek Year of birth 1958 Member In Companies 12 CV Mr Spyros Theodoropoulos is the CEO of Chipita SA In 1976 he started his career with a small family business named Recor SA producing dairy products In 1981 he became the General Manager of Aligel SA an importing company of confectionery and ice cream products In 1986 he became the General Manager of Interia a company producing hazelnut cream with significant export activities During the same year he acquired 50 of Chipita a company producing snacks and in 1989 he acquired the remaining 50 In 1990 the Eurohellenic Fund Olayan

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