About NBG Bank Malta

NBG Bank Malta is proud of the solid track record and sterling reputation, which it has earned on the Islands. We are a highly-capitalised bank which is an independent affiliate of NBG Group. The local bank and the international NBG contact put us in a premier position to capitalise on local knowledge while also retaining an international network of contacts.

NBG Bank Malta Ltd. (formerly Finansbank (Malta) Ltd.) was incorporated on the 12th April 2005 as a limited liability company, under the Companies Act 1995 as enacted in Malta. It was granted a license by the Malta Financial Services Authority to carry out the business of banking, as defined in the Banking Act, 1994, as of 30th June 2005.

The bank was set up to operate as a fast-serving, efficient and flexible corporate banking unit. The Bank was founded specifically to service the small and medium enterprises, large corporate clients and high net worth individuals.

The Bank is a participant in the Depositor Compensation Scheme (established under the Laws of Malta) and based on the EU Directive 94/19 on deposit-guarantee schemes. It is a member of the Malta Bankers Association as well as Finance Malta.

Vision

We aim to be a leading corporate bank in Malta, servicing small and medium enterprises, large corporate clients and high net worth individuals.

Mission

NBG Bank (Malta) is a small, independent, flexible and stable financial institution which keeps its customers are the fore of its operations. We are fast and efficient and pride ourselves in being good communicators with our clients. Our size and organisational structure enable us to provide bespoke service to our clients.

Authorized Share Capital

The authorized share capital of the Bank is € 500 million divided into 50 million Ordinary Shares of € 10 (ten Euros) each. The issued share capital of the Company is € 190 million, which have all been subscribed, allotted and taken up, 100% paid up, as follows:

NBG (Malta) Holdings Ltd
Preluna Towers, 1st Floor, 124,
Tower Road,
Sliema – SLM 1605 Malta
(Company Registration No. C.39940)
18,999,999 Ordinary Shares
National Bank of Greece
S.A. Eolou 86,
Athens 10232, Greece
(Company Registration No. 6062/06/B/86/01)
1 Ordinary Share

NBG (Malta) Holdings Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of NBG International Holdings B.V. (Company registration no. 34231579), a company incorporated in the Netherlands which in turn is wholly owned by National Bank of Greece S.A.

The Board of Directors of NBG Bank Malta consists of five directors, including the Chairman. The current directors of the company are:

The Bank is designed to be a fast serving, efficient and flexible corporate banking unit. The customer base consists of small and medium enterprises, large corporate clients and high net worth individuals.

The Bank is a participant in the Depositor Compensation scheme established under the Laws of Malta. The Scheme is based on the EU Directive 94/19 on deposit-guarantee schemes.

NBG Bank Malta is also a member of the Malta Bankers Association and FinanceMalta

Financial Experts

Our professional and qualified staff is highly experienced in providing our clients with bespoke financial assistance, recommendations and advice, ensuring an effective and efficient service and most of all a satisfied customer.

No sales culture

While we are on the lookout to ensure that our clients can take up the best opportunities available on the market, we are respectful of our clients and consider hard-selling to go against our customer philosophy.

Customer Focused

Our keen customer skills are well honed and geared towards assisting our clients, as a core priority of our business.

Always Available

We are here to support our clients with their financial needs and decisions as their dependable and trustworthy banking partners.

Find An Advisor

The professional and experienced staff at NBG Bank Malta is always at hand to offer sound and tailored financial advice. If you are interested in banking with us, contact us so that we can match you with an advisor accordingly.

Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm
Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays, closed