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National Bank of Greece - Doctor Loan National Bank of Greece - Doctor Loan Minimum Salary: EGP 0 Salary Transfer: No Islamic Finance: No Maximum Term: 5 Years Flat Rate: 0.0% Reducing Rate: 0.0%
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NBG highly values the contribution doctors make towards the society. At NBG, we aim to partner with you, to help you grow your existing clinic.

NBG’s Doctor Loan is your financial solution to upgrading your existing clinic either through new equipment or refurbishments.

  • Loan amount according to the number of years the clinic is in operation
  • No bank statement required
  • Loan approval within 72 hours*
  • Equal monthly instalments
  • Loan tenor up to 5 years
  • Possibility to top-up after 6 months
Documents Required
  • Valid Medical Syndicate Membership
  • Valid Tax Card
  • License to practice
  • Clinic license
  • Recent utility bill
  • Registered doctor with Medical Syndicate
  • Own or rent a medical clinic
  • Clinic at least 3 years in operation
  • Applicant age does not exceed 65 years at the end of the loan term
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