TBI Bank expands its operations in the EU by entering Greece

TBI Bank is entering the Greek market after obtaining approval from the Bank of Greece. It is the bank’s third main market of operations, after Romania and Bulgaria.

TBI Bank currently offers cross-border activities, without physical presence, in 5 other EU markets – Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Denmark, and Sweden. 

TBI has a wide network of nearly 13.000 merchant partners online and in-store and a customer portfolio of 2 million clients.

As first steps in Greece, the bank will offer the full range of Buy Now, Pay Later products online, in-store and omnichannel, in a transparent approach.

Later in 2022, additional customer journeys will be deployed in the market like the general-purpose loans and the innovative NEON card.

Being the Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) market leader in Romania and Bulgaria, TBI will also transfer its know-how on the Greek market over 2022.

This solution helps merchants across all industries to sell more and customers to instantly acquire desired product or service and spread the cost of their purchase over time.

By splitting repayments in 4 or more installments, TBI’s BNPL will offer a new convenient payment solution that is currently missing on the Greek market.

These products will be accessible to Greek customers online, via TBI’s Mobile App and website, and through the Call Center.

TBI’s team in Greece will be led by Costas Tovil, an industry expert with almost 20 years of fintech and banking experience in Greece, Romania and Bulgaria.  

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