Thursday, November 14th, 2002
Pierre Hotel, New York City


Alpha Bank was founded in 1879 and it is the second largest bank in Greece.

With 470 Branches, Alpha Bank Group is active in the domestic as well as in the international banking market, with presence in New York (Alpha Finance U.S.), London (London Branch, Alpha Bank London), Jersey in the Channel Islands (Alpha Bank Jersey), Cyprus (Alpha Bank Cyprus), Albania (Tirana, Gjirokaster, Duress, Elbassan, Berati Branch), Bulgaria (Sofia Branch), Romania (Alpha Bank Romania), F.Y.R.O.M. (Alpha Bank a.d. Skopje) and Yugoslavia (Belgrade Branch).

It is acknowledged as an innovator in introducing new electronic services, such as, home banking via Alphaphone (banking services over the phone) via Alphaline (PC link) Alpha Web Banking (banking services through the Internet) Alpha Bank m-banking (banking services over a mobile phone).
The Bank is at the helm of a group of financial sector companies covering a wide range of activities and reflecting the needs of their clients, both individuals and firms, such as :

Alpha Bank is the Official Bank of the ATHENS 2004 Olympic Games.



Atlantic Bank
Bank of Cyprus
JP Morgan Treasury Services

The Annapolis Group Ltd.


Aegean Corporate Realty Partners
Alexander S. Onassis Foundation (USA)
American Hellenic Institute
Baker & Hostetler LLP
Christos Taverna
Delta Holding
Det Norske Veritas
Dino Mavros Co., Inc.
Dish Network
Holland & Knight LLP
Interbank of New York
John S. Latsis (USA) Inc.
Kallimopoulos, Loukopoulos, Chiotellis Law Firm
Laiki Bank
Marathon National Bank of NY
MacArthur Capital
Makkos Organization

Photronics, Inc.
Polaris Marine Agency Inc.

Royal Olympic Cruises