Erste Bank Hungary is a member of the Erste Group (Austria). The bank offers full-range financial services for its retail and corporate clients. The retail network of the bank consists of 201 branches and 27 commercial centers.
Erste Bank Hungary has grown to be the second largest bank in the Hungarian market according to its number of clients and retail loan portfolio size, and the fourth biggest according to its total assets, securing strong positions in the area of investment services and leasing, as well.
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ID: 504. Updated: 07.05.2011
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