Welcome to Cooperative Bank of Karditsa  – our new member 

Welcome to Cooperative Bank of Karditsa  – our new member 

We are thrilled to extend a warm welcome to Cooperative Bank of Karditsa, the newest member of our community! Their partnership strengthens our shared dedication to sustainable finance, enhancing our collective endeavors. 

Cooperative Bank of Karditsa (CBK) was established in 1994 as a Credit Cooperative and it initiated its operation as a fully regulated Financial Institution in 1998. It currently has five (5) branches in Thessaly region and an additional one is about to be launched. CBK counts more than 14.000 members and serves above 30.000 clients.  It is a member of the Greek Cooperative Banks’ Association and member of esteemed European and International Networks such as FEBEA, GABV, EMN and MFC.  

CBK’s mission is to support sustainable development of Karditsa’s wider region by providing tailor-made, accessible financial products and services to its members and clients in a speedy, customer-friendly, and transparent way. High on the Bank’s agenda is ethical and value-based banking, as well as the creation of social and environmental impact financial initiatives may entail.   

Cooperative Bank of Karditsa offers a wide range of tailor-made products and services always taking into consideration the specific characteristics and needs of its clients. A modern range of products/services with competitive interest rates and advantageous market pricing is available. Among the products and services, there is a strong highlight on financial instruments supporting SME digital and energy transition, enhancing their competitiveness. Vis-à-vis online services, website, e-banking and mobile banking are available. Website and e-banking are available in GR, EN, FR and AR facilitating access to TCNs as well.  

Cooperative Bank of Karditsa caters to a broad variety of members and clients ranging from individuals, professionals, SMEs, vSMEs and farmers. 

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