Top 100 Banks

Surging profits, declining non-performing loan (NPL) ratios, and accelerating assets growth amid improving macroeconomic environment and generally upbeat sentiment – those were the key facets, depicting the performance of Southeast Europe’s banking industry in 2016 and still this year. At the same time, the tight regulations, the strict capital requirements and the low interest rate environment remained in place, forming the “new normal” that sector players have to live with.

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

 

2016 2015 Company name Country Total assets 2016 Y/Y change in assets Net profit/loss 2016 Net profit/loss 2015
1 2

Banca Comerciala Romana SA

Romania 14 109 7.75% 195.1 212.9
2 1

Zagrebacka Banka d.d.

Croatia 13 910 -0.82% 226.2 -68.0
3 4

Banca Transilvania SA

Romania 11 400 9.35% 270.5 534.4
4 3

BRD – Groupe Societe Generale SA

Romania 11 155 2.98% 160.4 98.4
5 5

Privredna Banka Zagreb d.d.

Croatia 9 533 4.10% 212.4 25.3
6 6

UniCredit Bulbank AD

Bulgaria 9 523 7.24% 149.0 148.3
7 7

Nova Ljubljanska Banka d.d.

Slovenia 8 778 0.82% 63.8 43.9
8 8

Erste&Steiermarkische Bank d.d.

Croatia 7 425 -4.87% 83.0 -132.5
9 9

Raiffeisen Bank SA

Romania 7 359 6.29% 99.5 96.7
10 10

 UniCredit Bank SA

Romania 7 198 6.78% 58.7 49.1