Head-To-Head Contrast: National Bank of Greece (NBGIF) vs. Its Competitors

National Bank of Greece to related businesses based on the strength of its analyst recommendations, profitability, valuation, earnings, dividends, risk and institutional ownership. National Bank of Greece is a publicly-traded company in the 'BanksRegional' industry. It is compared to its competit

() is one out of 165 publicly traded companies in the "Banks-Regional" industry. But how does it compare to its competitors in this field? National Bank of Greece will be compared to similar companies on the basis of analyst recommendations, institutional ownership and dividends. We'll also look at risk, valuation, earnings, profitability, valuation, and earnings.

Value & Earnings

This table compares National Bank of Greece with its competitors in terms of gross revenue, earnings-per-share (EPS), and valuation.

Gross Revenue

Net Income

Price/Earnings ratio

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National Bank of Greece Competitors

332 milliards de dollars

831.91 Million Dollars


National Bank of Greece competitors earn more and have higher revenues than National Bank of Greece. National Bank of Greece's price-to earnings ratio is lower than that of its competitors. This indicates it is more affordable.


This table compares the net margins of National Bank of Greece with its competitors, as well as their return on equity and assets.

Net Margins

Return on Equity

Return on Assets

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Analyst Recommendations

MarketBeat has reported on the latest ratings and price targets for National Bank of Greece.

Sell Ratings

Hold Ratings

Buy Ratings

Strong Buy Ratings

Rating Score

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National Bank of Greece has a consensus price target of $4.40. This indicates a possible downside of 32.31 percent. Grouped together, the 'Banks Regional' sector has a potential upside rate of 44.58 percent. Analysts believe that National Bank of Greece is less likely to grow than its competitors, given the higher potential upside of their competitors.

Institutional and Insider Ownership

Institutional investors own 9.9% of the shares of National Bank of Greece. Comparatively 38.2% shares of 'Banks - Regional' companies are owned by institutional investors. Company insiders own 12.3% of the shares in all 'Banks - Regional' companies. Strong institutional ownership indicates that hedge funds, endowments, and large money managers believe a particular company will perform better than the market in the long run.

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National Bank of Greece's competitors outperform National Bank of Greece in 9 of 11 comparison factors.

National Bank of Greece Company profile

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National Bank of Greece S.A. and its subsidiaries provide financial products and services to Greece, North Macedonia (Romania), Cyprus, Bulgaria Malta, Egypt and Luxembourg. Retail Banking, Corporate & Investment Banking Trouble Assets Unit Global Markets and Asset Management Insurance, International Banking Operations and Other segments are its main operating divisions. Retail Banking provides traditional products and services to individuals, professionals and small, medium and large companies via its digital and branch network. This includes mortgage loans, deposit and investment products, prepaid and debit cards, credit and card products, and consumer and small business financing. Corporate & Investment Banking offers corporate customers financial and investment advice, loan services, foreign exchange and trade services, deposit account services, loans and other services. It also provides lending services to large and medium sized companies as well as services related to shipping finance. The Trouble Assets Unit manages various loans. Global Markets and Asset Management is engaged in treasury operations, and provides asset management, custody services, private equity and brokerage. Insurance provides a variety of insurance products. International Banking Operations offers commercial banking services such as trade finance, retail credit, foreign exchange and deposits, shipping finance, investment banking and brokerage through its foreign subsidiaries. The Other segment is involved in real estate management, warehousing and other businesses. MarketBeat.com offers a FREE daily email newsletter