Bank Profile

Postbank, legally named Eurobank Bulgaria AD, is the fifth biggest bank in Bulgaria in terms of assets, having a broad branch network across the country and a considerable client base of individuals, companies and institutions.

Postbank has over 25-years’ presence as one of the leaders in Bulgaria’s banking sector. The bank is a decisive factor in innovation, in shaping the country’s banking trends in recent years and award-winning for its innovation. Postbank occupies a strategic position in retail and wholesale banking in Bulgaria. It is one of the market leaders in credit and debit cards, mortgage and consumer loans, saving products, as well as regarding corporate tailored products - from those for small businesses to large international companies operating in the country. The bank has built one of the most developed branch networks and modern alternative banking channels.

In March 2016 Postbank acquired the business of Alpha Bank Bulgaria which is another step forward for Postbank in consolidating its position as a systemic bank and in expanding its customer base.

Postbank has developed a number of projects related to social responsibility and sustainable development of business and society. The bank is an active member and works in support of the initiatives of CEIBG, AmCham, HBCB, Association of Banks in Bulgaria, Borika AD, Endeavor Bulgaria Association, Bulgarian Business Leaders Forum, Bulgarian Donors’ Forum, Atanas Burov Foundation, UN Global Compact Network in Bulgaria and Bulgarian Association of Advertisers.

Postbank is a member of Eurobank Group. Eurobank Group is a dynamic banking organization active in seven countries, with total assets of €64.0 billion and 15,846 employees. Established in 1990, the Group continues its dynamic growth with stable and decisive steps, with a focus on the diverse needs of its customers. 

Eurobank holds a strategic position in retail and business banking in Greece, Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia, as well as offering distinguished Wealth Management services in Cyprus, Luxembourg and London.