All Major Banks in Belgium

The banking system Belgium has a high level of concentration of capital. Bank mergers, which began in the 60s only reinforced this process. The state owns 50% of the National Bank of Belgium, which serves as the country's central bank. Belgium has 128 banks, of which 107 are foreign.

Beobank Belgium

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Beobank Belgium is a Belgian bank owned by a French financial conglomerate Crédit Mutuel Nord Europe.

Belfius

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Belfius (until March 1st, 2012 Dexia Bank Belgium) is a commercial bank based in Brussels. It was founded in 1996 with aim to to meet local authority needs.

KBC Bank

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KBC Bank N.V. is a bank in Belgium active on retail banking, insurance and asset management markets, providing services for private clients, small and medium-sized enterprises.

ING Belgium

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ING Belgium bank operates is a subsidiary of the ING Group, an international financial group. It was established in the country 1975 as the Bank Brussel Lambert (or Banque Bruxelles Lambert, or BBL), and was acquired by the Group in 1998.