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The change of the bank's name to JSC "Piraeus Bank ICB" was approved at the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders of International Commercial Bank Open Joint Stock Company held on January 28, 2008.
Thus, JSC "Piraeus Bank ICB" became a legal successor of International Commercial Bank Open Joint Stock Company. All rights and liabilities of International Commercial Bank Open Joint Stock Company were assigned to JSC "Piraeus Bank ICB".
The full official name of the Bank is:
The short official name of the Bank is:
Besides, the changes and amendments to the Statute of International Commercial Bank Open Joint Stock Company have been approved subject to their approval by the National Bank of Ukraine. The process of bank re-branding will commence upon the registration of the new wording of the Statute with the NBU.
Note. International Commercial Bank Open Joint Stock Company is a legal successor of Levada Joint Stock Bank Closed Joint Stock Company and Tavria Joint Stock ommercial Bank Open Joint Stock Company.
Earlier an agreement was signed for selling 99.6% of the shares to one of the biggest Greek banks - Piraeus Bank S.A. (Athens), the net share capital of which totals to 2.3 bln. USD and the assets amount to 46 bln. USD. Currently, the regional network of Piraeus Bank S.A. includes 545 branches worldwide and 9 803 of employees. In the Central and Eastern European market the Bank has got branches in Romania, Albania, Bulgaria and Serbia.
Day of Constitution in Ukraine greetings!
Please accept our greetings on the Constitution Day in Ukraine. We wish that your hearts were filled with pride for our country, desire for unity and reconciliation.
Working hours of Piraeus Bank branches at holidays
clients, please, get acquainted with the bank’s working hours during holidays
Piraeus Bank has supported “2030 Agenda” by the United Nations
26 banks from over the world supported by the United Nations set out to define the banking industry’s role and responsibility in achieving a sustainable future