The central bank and monetary authority in Greece is The Bank of Greece, which, along with the Hellenic Bank Association, has the responsibility of supervising the various credit institutions operating in the country.
There are two types of bank in Greece: commercial banks and specialised credit institutions. There are also several foreign-owned banks. The major retail banks in Greece are listed below. Most of these banks have English versions of their websites so details and services can be compared.
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