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.

 

Serbia​
2017 2016 Company name Country Total assets 2017 Y/Y change in assets Net profit/loss 2017 Net profit/loss 2016
31 30

UniCredit Banka Slovenija d.d.

Slovenia 2 706 5.24% 38.3 13.9
32 35

UniCredit Bank d.d. Mostar

Bosnia and Herzegovina 2 676 11.01% 45.8 41.7
33 32

Hrvatska Postanska Banka d.d.

Croatia 2 632 2.55% 1.1 23.9
34 37

OTP Banka Hrvatska d.d.

Croatia 2 608 24.45% 6.9 16.3
35 33

SID – Slovenska Izvozna in Razvojna Banka d.d.

Slovenia 2 452 -3.81% 13.9 21.4
36 42

Societe Generale Bank Srbija AD

Serbia 2 438 22.14% 51.1 29.9
37 36

Banka Intesa Sanpaolo d.d.

Slovenia 2 398 3.12% 4.2 20.2
38 31

Bancpost SA

Romania 2 344 -6.29% 14.2 5.7
39 38

Raiffeisen Banka AD

Serbia 2 240 4.17% 56.1 43.9
40 41

Garanti Bank SA

Romania 2 143 11.45% 27.8 -8.5