Minimum Salary Salary Transfer Islamic Finance Maximum Term Flat Rate Reducing Rate
National Bank of Greece - Pension Loan National Bank of Greece - Pension Loan Minimum Salary: EGP 1,750 Salary Transfer: No Islamic Finance: No Maximum Term: 5 Years Flat Rate: 0.0% Reducing Rate: 0.0%
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We understand that life is not cheap, and sometimes you need a little help to get through some financial obligations.

Just because you are a pensioner shouldn't mean you can not obtain a loan.

  • Approval within 72 hours*
  • Competitive interest rate and discounted administration fees
  • We can buy-out your loan from any other bank
  • Free debit card for the first year
  • Free Life Insurance during the loan repayment period
  • Flexible repayment period starting from 6 months up to 60 months
  • Loan amount up to EGP 75,000
Documents Required
  • Photocopy of Valid National ID
  • Recent Utility bill with current address
  • Pension proof
  • Earning monthly income through your pension
  • Minimum net pension income is EGP 1,750
  • Transfer pension to NBG account
  • Minimum 6 months living at current residence
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