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Business Focus
universal banking

GRÁNIT Bank was initially established in 1985 as ÁVB Rt., a specialized financial institution. GRÁNIT Bank operates as a universal bank, providing retail and corporate banking products and services via a cost-efficient operating model, delivering its solutions through its partner network and direct channels.

International Transfers

SWIFT Transfers
SEPA Credit Transfers
SEPA Instant Transfers
SEPA Direct Debits

Ways to Bank

GRÁNIT Bank Zrt delivers its products and services through both direct and indirect channels, namely:
online banking


Total Assets of GRÁNIT Bank Zrt
Net_income of GRÁNIT Bank Zrt
Total Assets (2018)
353.97 bln HUF  (+15.38%)
Net Income (2018)
1,030.35 mln HUF  (+47.83%)

GRÁNIT Bank Zrt is the 19th largest bank in Hungary in terms of total assets. In 2018 its total assets were 353,97 bln HUF. In 2018 the bank's net income was 1 030,35 mln HUF.

Deposit Guarantee

Protected Amount
up to 100,000 EUR
Guarantee Fund
National Deposit Insurance Fund (NDIF)
Covered Depositors
natural persons (Hungarian and foreign)
legal entities
Covered Accounts
current accounts
savings accounts
time deposit accounts

GRÁNIT Bank Zrt participates in the deposit guarantee scheme of Hungary. This deposit guarantee scheme applies to current accounts, savings accounts, time deposit accounts made by natural persons (Hungarian and foreign), legal entities and covers up to up to 100,000 EUR per bank per depositor. GRÁNIT Bank Zrt is a member of National Deposit Insurance Fund (NDIF) and makes its contributions into it.


Lechner Ödön fasor 8., 1095, Budapest 09. ker., Hungary

GRÁNIT Bank Zrt is headquartered in Budapest 09. Ker..

Bank Identifiers


Bank Supervision

Supervised By
Magyar Nemzeti Bank

GRÁNIT Bank Zrt is authorized and supervised by the Magyar Nemzeti Bank.

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