Starting May, Egnatia Bank (Romania) . has changed its name into Marfin Bank (Romania) ., determined by the merger of the Banking Groups of Marfin, Egnatia and Laiki, in 2006. From the year 2000 when entered into the Romanian market as Egnatia Bank (Romania) . through the acquisition of BNP-Dresdner Bank's operations, the Bank has focused to meet customer’s needs offering a wide range of financial services. Through a network of 33 branches and its Leasing subsidiary, Marfin Bank (Romania) . provides modern, tailor-made financial products to medium and large size corporate clients and to affluent and high net-worth individuals.