With a history longer than a century, Laiki Bank began operations in 1901 as a small savings bank and today has a network of 114 branches islandwide, manpower of 3.000 employees and a wide range of products for Retail, Small and Big businesses, Private Banking, Foreign exchange and Treasury services, Electronic Banking, Factoring, Leasing, International Banking services, Marine, Insurance as well as Investment and Fund Management services.
Marfin Egnatia Bank is a bank with a technologically advanced infrastructure, a very broad and ever expanding network of branches and a highly trained staff ready to meet any banking need. It is a subsidiary of Marfin Popular Bank in Greece. Cyprus-based Marfin Popular Bank is today a leading financial institution that is steadily growing in 12 southeastern European countries with a network of more than 500 branches. Through its subsidiary companies and an extensive network of branches, Marfin Popular Bank offers a wide range of financial services.
Marfin Bank (Romania) S.A. has been established in Romania in 1998 as BNP – Dresner Bank Romania S.A. and was in 2000 acquired by Egnatia Bank S.A. (Greece). With a network of 27 branches in Bucharest and other 20 cities, the Bank offers a wide variety of services and products, both to local customers, but also to foreign customers investing in Romania.
Marfin Bank A.D. has been operating in Serbia since 2006 and today has a network of 28 branches that are conveniently located around the country and has manpower of 465 employees. Marfin Bank in Serbia offers a complete range of banking services for corporate and retail loans, local and international payments, e-banking, SMS banking, home banking, payment cards (Visa, MasterCard, DinaCard), savings and treasury products.
PJSC "Marfin Bank" began its operation in 1993. In September 2007, the bank was acquired by Marfin Popular Bank Group. It has an extensive operation with a network of 40 branches and 24 outlets, manpower of 1200 employees and a wide range of products for Retail, Small and Big businesses, Private Banking, Foreign exchange and Leasing. The bank is among of only 7 banks in Ukraine that have highest 5-th grade of deposits reliability rating.
MPB is present in the United Kingom since 1974 when the first branch of the bank was established in London. Today there is a four-branch network in the United Kingdom . The main objective for the establishment of the Marfin Popular Bank UK operation was to service the Greek and the Cypriot community in the United Kingdom. MPB’s UK strategy is now geared towards corporate and commercial banking as well as wealth management, factoring and treasury services with an extended customer reach.
Rossisysky Promishlenny Bank (Rosprombank)was established in 1997, is headquartered in Moscow and has presence in various regions of the Russian Federation, via a network of 29 branches and points of sale. The bank focuses on providing a full range of banking products and services to large corporate and small-to-medium sized businesses (SME).
Lombard Bank Malta (“LBM”) is one of the main Maltese banks, offering a complete range of financial services. LBM is based in the capital Valletta and maintains a network of seven branches across Malta. LBM owns 64% of the local post office (Malta Post plc), which has 33 branches throughout Malta. Marfin Popular Bank is the largest shareholder of LBM with 44,9% of its share capital.
Guernsey is a well-known international financial centre. Through Laiki Bank (Guernsey) Ltd, the Group’s local subsidiary, clients are presented with an alternative destination for deposits
In 2011 the Group, recognising the growing importance of China as an economic power, submitted an application to the China Banking Regulatory Commission for opening a Representative Office in China. The application was approved in September 2011 and the Group became the first Cypriot banking institution to establish a Representative Office in China, aiming to assist its existing and new clientele in entering the Chinese market.