The presence of the Alpha Bank Group in international markets is also promoted through the following Banks:
Emporiki Bank: Emporiki Bank was established in 1886. On February 1, 2013, pursuant to the acquisition agreement of October 16th, 2012, with regards to the sale of Emporiki Bank S.A. from Crédit Agricole S.A. to Alpha Bank A.E., and the approvals by the Greek and Cypriot Central Banks and anti-trust authorities, the entire share capital of Emporiki has been transferred to Alpha Bank by Crédit Agricole.
Alpha Bank London : It is particularly active in Private Banking, Corporate Banking, and residential and commercial property markets.
Alpha Bank Romania : It offers banking services to local and international firms and retail banking services to individuals and small / medium sized enterprises. Through its subsidiaries it has extended its activity to stock exchange transactions, investment banking, leasing and financial consulting services. Currently, its network numbers 154 Branches.
Alpha Bank Cyprus LTD : It offers full banking services, and is active in retail and corporate banking. Through its subsidiaries it also covers a broad spectrum of other financial and insurance sector services. It has a network of 31 Branches in all major cities of Cyprus.
Alpha Bank a.d. Skopje : It offers full banking services and is active in retail and corporate banking. It has a network of 18 Branches.
Alpha Bank Srbija A.D. : Through its consistent innovation and product leadership and with client satisfaction and premium service as its primary objectives, the Bank continues to attract an increasing number of individual and corporate clients.
Alpha Bank Albania SHA: Since it started up in Albania in 1998, Alpha Bank has played a pro-active part in both the growth of the banking sector and the development of the local community. Today, it has a network of 42 Branches covering all the main towns in the country.
JSC Astra Bank : On April 2008, Alpha Bank acquired 90% of the Ukrainian bank OJSC Astra Bank.