Aegean Baltic Bank
Our Company

Aegean Baltic Bank (ABBank) is a specialist bank that provides corporate, investment and wealth management products and services mainly to the Greek and regional shipping communities.

The Bank has adopted a selective approach in soliciting its customers and places them at the center of its activities. All Bank employees are committed to the highest standards of professionalism and determined to deliver customized financial solutions of outstanding quality in a swift and reliable manner.

Through the extensive and diversified knowledge of our team, we support our clients with the full range of banking services including Lending, Operational, Advisory and Treasury products. In addition, we specialize in the arrangement, participation and agency of syndicated shipping loans, the provision of non-conventional forms of debt, as well as, sourcing other types of capital for the shipping industry.

We operate as a Greek banking institution under the regulatory supervision of the Central Bank of Greece and the Eurosystem. From our Head Office in Maroussi and our branches in Piraeus and Glyfada, Aegean Baltic Bank offers long-term support and commitment to the maritime industry.

A Reliable Partner

Specializing in shipping, an international by nature industry, the Bank's risk exposure is largely mitigated from the country’s sovereign risk.

The Bank has minimal delinquent loans and boasts on the quality of its USD denominated loan portfolio, governed by English law and secured by ocean going vessels.

ABBank is the only Greek Bank that has consistently maintained its profitability throughout the Greek economic crisis and the current global shipping crisis.

Contrary to the majority of Greek banks, which operate under the strict monitoring of HFSF, Troika, SSM and DG Comp with restricted decision – making capability, ABBank remains fully independent and private with swift local decision making processes.

Not in need to participate in the Greek banking sector’s recapitalization and restructuring process, the Bank maintains an exemplary Capital Adequacy Ratio, significantly above the minimum Basel III requirement.