National Bank of Greece's loans reached EUR 51,969 mil in the fourth quarter of 2015, down from EUR 52,477 mil when compared to the previous quarter and down from EUR 78,683 mil when compared to the same period of last year. Historically, the bank’s loans reached an all time high of EUR 81,123 mil in 2Q2010 and an all time low of EUR 51,969 mil in 4Q2015.
In the last decade, the average annual loan growth amounted to 0.000%.
At the end of fourth quarter of 2015, National Bank of Greece's loans accounted for 91.1% of total deposits and 35.1% of total assets.
Mortgage loans represented 37.1% of the bank's loan book at the end of the year 4Q2015, consumer further 10.8% and corporate loans 53.4% of total loans.