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Piraeus Bank Romania

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Piraeus Bank Romania

Piraeus Bank Romania is a subsidiary of Greece's Piraeus Bank. It was established in 1995 and in 2000 it acquired Pater Bank in Romania from Pater Bank from Targu Mures. Pater Bank targeted Hungarians living in Romania.

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