OTP Group

OTP Group as a dominant banking player in Hungary and the Central and Eastern European region provides high quality financial services for its more than 18,5 million private, retail and corporate clients in eleven countries through its 1400 branches, over 4000 ATMs, internet and electronic channels.
 
With diversified business lines, OTP Group provides traditional financial services through its subsidiaries, including specialized services - car leasing, investment and insurance products.
 
OTP Bank's predecessor, the National Savings Bank, established in 1949, became a public company in 1990. OTP Bank's privatization began in 1995 and now is a bank characterized by dispersed ownership of private and institutional investors.
 
OTP Bank, the Hungarian parent bank of the OTP group, with a dominant 26% market share in Hungary, has completed several successful acquisitions in recent years, becoming the most active player of the CEE banking market. Besides Hungary, OTP Group currently operates in 10 other countries in the region through its subsidiaries in Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Montenegro, Russia and the Republic of Moldova.
 
The continuous development and expansion of OTP Bank has contributed significantly to the success and efficient operation of the Group that can offer high quality services to both, retail and institutional clients. In an intense  competition enviroment, OTP Bank's market position is stable in several segments, as well as in terms of profitability the bank belongs to the European frontline.