Top 100 Banks

Southeast Europe’s banking sector remained largely stable in 2015 and 2016 amid stricter capital requirements and low interest rate environment. Although asset quality remained a challenge for the industry with high non-performing loan (NPL) levels hindering stronger credit growth, better operating conditions in a revitalised economic environment helped the region’s biggest banks improve their overall earnings performance and boost assets.

Total assets and net profit/loss figures are in millions of euro.

(*) denotes unaudited figures

2015 2014 Company name Country Total assets 2015 Y/Y change in assets Net profit/loss 2015 Net profit/loss 2014
1 1

Zagrebacka Banka d.d.

Croatia 13 882 3.48% -67.9 152.2
2 2

Banca Comerciala Romana SA

Romania 13 142 0.72% 212.9 -586.7
3 3

BRD – Groupe Societe Generale SA

Romania 10 873 8.88% 98.4 9.6
4 6

Banca Transilvania SA

Romania 10 464 32.91% 534.3 96.9
5 4

Privredna Banka Zagreb d.d.

Croatia 9 065 0.49% 25.3 83.9
6 8

UniCredit Bulbank AD

Bulgaria 8 880 17.01% 148.3 123.6
7 5

Nova Ljubljanska Banka d.d.

Slovenia 8 707 -2.01% 43.9 81.5
8 7

Erste&Steiermarkische Bank d.d.

Croatia 7 727 -1.97% -132.5 30.3
9 9

Raiffeisen bank SA

Romania 6 950 9.43% 96.7 111.9
10 10

 UniCredit Tiriac Bank SA

Romania 6 766 6.67% 49.1 17.9