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
21 24

Raiffeisenbank (Bulgaria) EAD

Bulgaria 3 578 10.67% 68.8 67.8
22 19

Splitska Banka d.d.

Croatia 3 577 -0.59% -11.3 48.3
23 23

Alpha Bank Romania SA

Romania 3 356 6.13% 46.1 25.2
24 25

Societe Generale Expressbank AD

Bulgaria 3 296 8.58% 54.6 46.2
25 22

Komercijalna Banka AD

Serbia 3 126 -7.71% 68.7 -65.5
26 29

Unicredit Bank Srbija AD

Serbia 3 071 9.19% 56.2 50.6
27 26

Banka Kombetare Tregtare Sh.a. (National Commercial Bank)

Albania 3 058 5.08% 49.2 55.4
28 27

SKB Banka d.d.

Slovenia 2 991 6.72% 40.6 61.4
29 28

Addiko Bank d.d.

Croatia 2 812 0.7% 30.6 7.8
30 34

Central Cooperative Bank AD

Bulgaria 2 767 8.89% 18.8 13.6