|Rank||Bank||Founded||Headquarters||# of branches|
As of 2020
|1||OTP Bank||1949||Budapest||378||OTP Bank - Magánszemélyek|
|4||Budapest Bank||1986||Budapest||92||Budapest Bank főoldal|
|5||CIB Bank||1979||Budapest||65||CIB Bank|
|6||MKB Bank||1950||Budapest||51||MKB Bank - Lakossági szolgáltatások|
|7||Raiffeisen Bank||1986||Budapest||67||Ilyen egy jó kapcsolat|
|8||UniCredit Bank||1990||Budapest||51||Magánszemélyek - UniCredit Bank|
|10||Pannon Takarék Bank||2011||Komárom||785||Pannon Takarék Bank Zrt|
|14||Kinizsi Bank||2007 (1958)||Veszprém||13|
|15||Mohácsi Takarék Bank||1958||Mohács||15|
|21||Banif Plus Bank||2010 (1998)||Budapest||0|
|22||Gránit Bank||2010 (1985)||Budapest||1|
|27||ING Bank||2008 (1991)||Budapest||1||[ permanent dead link ]|
The market share of the banks in terms of assets at the end of 2015, (in brackets, balance sheet total of the year 2015):
These are the registered representative offices of foreign banks within the National Bank of Hungary:
Complete list as of January 15, 2011. List based on information from the Hungarian Financial Supervisory Authority website.
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