Top 100 Banks

As the broad restructuring of the banking sector in Southeastern Europe (SEE) nears completion, local lenders continue to enjoy rising profitability, robust lending growth and a decline in non-performing loan (NPL) ratios. The SEE banking sector remains attractive to foreign lenders amid an overall improvement of the macroeconomic situation, supported by low-interest rates and optimism among businesses.

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

 

2017 2016 Company name Country Total assets 2017 Y/Y change in assets Net profit/loss 2017 Net profit/loss 2016
1 1

Banca Comerciala Romana SA

Romania 14 536 5.72% 122.4 195.1
2 2

Zagrebacka Banka d.d.

Croatia 13 600 -2.80% 111.7 226.1
3 3

Banca Transilvania SA

Romania 12 727 14.55% 254.5 270.5
4 4

BRD – Groupe Societe Generale SA

Romania 11 479 5.59% 296.2 160.4
5 5

Privredna Banka Zagreb d.d.

Croatia 10 048 4.78% 192.1 212.4
6 6

UniCredit Bulbank AD

Bulgaria 9 764 2.52% 152.2 149.0
7 7

Nova Ljubljanska Banka d.d.

Slovenia 8 713 -0.74% 189.1 63.8
8 10

UniCredit Bank SA

Romania 8 056 14.84% 69.8 58.7
9 9

Raiffeisen Bank SA

Romania 7 744 7.97% 105.4 99.5
10 8

Erste&Steiermarkische Bank d.d.

Croatia 7 614 1.94% 86.4 82.9