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Who we are

Our financial institution

OTP Group is the largest financial supplier in Hungary. OTP Bank has completed several successful acquisitions in the past years, becoming a key player on the banking market in the CEE region. The bank currently operates in 12 countries including Hungary.

OTP Group provides high quality financial solutions to meet the needs of its almost 20 million private and corporate clients in the Central and Eastern European region through nearly 1700 branches and 5000 ATMs, internet and electronic channels and with its almost 40 000 employees. The banking group holds market leader or near market leader position in Bulgaria, Hungary, Montenegro and Serbia.

As its flagship unit, OTP Bank Hungary provides a wide range of state-of-the-art financial services in Hungary, while offering, through the network of local Group subsidiaries, solutions to a number of other special financial needs including the distribution of investment funds, home and other specific savings, and auto financing. In addition to retail, our Group also gives priority to serving corporate customers to a high standard, with the parent bank and most subsidiary banks offering special products to agricultural companies.

OTP Bank operates with nearly 400 branches in Hungary and the number of its employees exceeds 10 000.

How we collaborate with fintechs

OTP Bank collaborates with startups including fintechs via the OTP Startup Partner Program.

OTP Startup Partner Program is an international partnership program seeking later-stage startups with validated products and scaleups from all over the world, with the chance to build goal-oriented, business-focused, and mutually beneficial partnerships with OTP Bank, a top tier player of the financial industry in Central and Eastern Europe. The program starts with a 3-month pilot phase, after which the most successful cohort companies are admitted to a 6-month rollout phase aimed at supporting the full-scale, live integration of the tested solutions into the operation of the bank.