List of the best banks in 2023, for students, for investments, credit cards and loans, location in the country and in the world.
Budapest Bank and ATM in Budapest
Budapest Bank Zrt. offers comprehensive financial services to individuals and legal entities. GE Capital, the financial arm of GE (General Electric Company), first acquired a stake in the Bank of Budapest in 1995 through the acquisition of bank shares jointly owned by the Hungarian government, state-owned companies and cooperatives. GE Capital currently owns 100% of the Budapest bank.
Erste Bank Hungary | Best bank in Budapest
Erste Bank Hungary is a member Erste Group Bank (Austria). The bank offers a full range of financial services to its retail and corporate clients. The bank's retail network consists of 201 branches and 27 shopping centers.
Hungarian Development Bank and ATM in Budapest
Now Hungarian Development Bank (MFB Magyar Fejlesztesi Bank ZArtköruen Muködo ReszvenytArsasAg) is a state specialized financial institution that functions as a development bank in the classical sense of the word, engaged in the allocation of state and market resources for development purposes.
Magyar Nemzeti Bank (MNB) | Best bank in Budapest
Magyar Nemzeti Bank (Hungarian National Bank) is the central bank of Hungary. The main goal of the bank is to maintain price stability. It is also responsible for issuing the national currency, the forint, controlling cash circulation, setting the central bank's base rate, publishing official exchange rates, and managing national foreign exchange and gold reserves to influence exchange rates. He controls the country's monetary policy.
OTP Bank and ATM in Budapest
OTP Bank Plc. is the largest bank among Hungarian credit institutions. The bank has more than 1500 branches and serves more than 12 million customers in 9 countries of the world. OTP Bank, as a universal commercial bank, undertakes to keep records and manage transactions for various commercial organizations, private entrepreneurs and public organizations, residential buildings, home cooperatives and other organizations.